About a month ago, my ankle started to hurt for no apparent reason. I did not experience any type of injury, and though I regularly run, it doesnt seem like a stress injury because I hadnt run on it for 3 weeks when it happened. I was always able to put weight on it, although I had to walk on the inside of my foot for a few weeks because the little toes up through my outer ankle were tender. Now, a month later it still hurts when I wake up and it is painful to bend my foot inward. Any help I can get to understand this would be much appreciated. Thanks!
With no history of injury to this ankle, this could be due to arthritis, gout or infection.
It is important that you rest your ankle. If there is no swelling, over-the-counter pain medications may help. If the pain persists, have this evaluated by your doctor for proper management. Diagnostics such as blood tests and X-ray of the ankle may also be done to rule out the musculoskeletal causes.
Try the Acai berry blend.
The green bottle contains plant derived glucosamine and this might help your ankle!
It also helps reduce inflammation, and many athletes claim that it greatly reduces their recovery rates.
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