I started today with jogging and eating healty (sorry for my bad English, I'm dutch) but everytime I run I kinda, wow no idea how to say this in English but I'm gonna tey to explain... uhm everytime I run my encle kinda loses his balance and "kracks" like that sound kgggg haha wow and it hurts so much!!!! I had to walk with sticks to lean on for like 1,5 month :0 Does anybody know how to stop this??! Thank you already and again so sorry for my bad English! I hope you understood my letter 0_o
I think you mean your Ankle! It could be from a misalignment of the many bones in your foot. You should see an orthopedist that specialize in the feet! You don't want to let that continue as it could lead to chronic instability or a major tear.
I tore every ligament In my knee one day playing football because of this. See a physician immediately. Do not run on it any longer it's about to give out. Go get a x ray or an MRI. You will thank me later
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