Exercise! - bone leg pain after exercice
07-08-2008, 12:45 PM
Is this normal to experience bone leg pain after running...the pain seems worse when i stand up or run..it seems to be in the bone..it's not in the muscle at least....
so does that seem like a stress fracture or medial tibial syndrome or something else ?
07-08-2008, 01:21 PM
I am not a medical person - this is just personal experience. It could be connective tissue (cartilage, ligaments, etc). They take a lot longer to respond to exercise than muscle does. That is, when you start a new exercise the muscles get stronger quite quickly while the connective tissue takes a longer time. This will cause some pain usually when you are exercising. When it does hurt stop and stretch until you are able to go again.
07-08-2008, 01:34 PM
Shin splints can happen when one becomes very active all of a sudden or over exercises. If you are concerned, go to the doctor! :hug:
07-08-2008, 02:08 PM
well i do exercise (walking fast and running) for like half and hour each day...is this too much ? i dont let myself a day to rest in between...should i ?
07-08-2008, 02:10 PM
Have you been to a doctor yet about all these things you are worried about? :) I think that would be a great way to be more assured that you are exercising and eating appropriately for you.
07-08-2008, 02:13 PM
Nope and i dont have a family doctor so i wont go.
07-08-2008, 08:33 PM
Not to freak you out, but it could be a bone infection. I had similar symptoms (bone pain), but I have such a high pain tolerance that I didn't go to the doctor until the infection destroyed half of my femur and I couldn't walk at all anymore. I nearly lost my entire leg. I only say this because you are young, and you may have just recently got out of high school or in college closely around many other people sharing quarters/bathrooms/gym rooms, so you may have picked up MRSA, and it's really rare, but the infections do go into bones, especially knees, long bones and ankles. I would go to the doctor if it worsens or doesn't go away. And if you start getting easily tired or if you have a fever and chills, go directly to the ER.
07-09-2008, 11:13 PM
I has the same problem, and i thought it was shin splints, but they kept getting worse and eventually it hurt to walk. Mine was a stress fracture in my shin, and the only cure, unfortunately is rest.
Also, if you do go a doctor, mine didn't show up on an x-ray, so you may have to get a bone scan.
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