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Average recovery time: 84 days

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manel0 daysdetails
IKRP0 daysdetails
HansE1 daysHar hatt lignende reaksjoner i kroppen ved uvante fysiske øvelser / arbeide. Sjøl om smertene var mest framtredende fra kneet til ankelen mener jeg at årsaken ligger i hofte-/setepartiet.details
nightfox1 daysRest. Should start with "slower" track-training maybe to avoid so much newbie-pain.details
John O1 daysCaused by temporary lack of oxygen. Could be prevented by making sure I breathe well whilst swimming. Ibuprofen gel helped to relieve pain on the day of injury.details
cissi1 daysdetails
allisonm1 daysSeems to have worked itself out. Legs are sore from the gym, though.details
Warrior271 daysSoaked my legs in warm water and it seemed to help.details
JL1 daysDet var nog bara kramp i muskeln.details
JL1 daysIngen känning överhuvudtaget dagen efter. Konstigt.details
DWildfogel1 daysBy the next morning, the calf was only mildly sore. Heating pad repeatedly yesterday really helped. Was able to go for a hike by the afternoon. Also drank lots of Gookinaid yesterday and today.details
Homey2 daysrest day.details
Malla2 daysdetails
dariusz2 daysdetails
dariusz2 daysdetails
louiscoad2 daysdetails
Oleg2 daysdetails
TrimM2 daysdetails
Peter H2 daysdetails
Niels-Peter3 daysdetails
Lieke3 daysrustdetails
JT3 daysdetails
Garrison3 daysibuprofen and aspirin for a couple daysdetails
guyguy3 days2-3 jours de reposdetails
Nadim3 daysI iced at the meet site after this ocurred--unusual for me. A little rest and stretching. details
Oleg3 daysdetails
HenrikGj3 daysdetails
aireyb3 daysjust resteddetails
JuhaM3 daysdetails
Colin B3 daysdetails
jmnipen4 daysdetails
Shminty4 daysMaybe ran too much in a short space of time, as I don't remember straining it and i just woke up one morning with it.details
Mal4 daysdetails
xcsnowskier144 daysIt was probably just a strain of the Tibialis anterior muscle. I think that it was caused from too much ski walking too soon. I had not done any this year so far and to put it all on at once, I think that it just strained the muscle. I think that I will need to do ski walking at least a little bit each week to keep the muscle strong.details
runforest4 daysran on water shoesdetails
Månsen4 daysdetails
cmorse4 daysseems to be gone, R heel kind of tight before/after 5k, perhaps just a bit more stretching in order. Though I have been running an hour or so before recent races, so its not like I'm running cold...details
alirobertson4 daysThink I got bitten, maybe need to pull socks up on rougher areas like Tyrebagger.details
Cruachan4 daysdetails
EJ Teb4 daysRest and cyclingdetails
jamesnchlsn4 daysstretching has eased up and back to normal, gently though. left leg is being troublesome from time to time, best let it bedetails
Eveborn4 daysVila hjälptedetails
justus4 daysTime, it just went awaydetails
Leves4 daysdetails
OMike4 daysSous antibiotique et aspirine Tests sanguins semblent OK Radio et echo doppler le 19/09details
Ruhis4 daysdetails
theshadow5 daysa few days of not running has done it a world of good. details
bubi5 daysdetails
ADTongue5 daysIt was caused by insect bite and it was recommended to wear full leg cover next time. Advice not taken as it is personal preference to wear shorts!details
Julia (old log)5 daysdetails
Philipp5 daysdetails
AG5 daysdetails
blairtrewin5 daysAppears to have been caused by stumble on step, possibly a deep muscle strain or bruise causing swelling in awkward spot. Peaked about 48 hours after incident. Resolved of own accord with no issues beyond about 4 days. details
JonasB5 daysLockings in my back.details
Santinia5 daysdetails
Markus5 daysIndoTop - ratiopharm spray (2-3mal/Tag)details
Nick5 daysgood thing i went for stitches.. fast and easydetails
stever5 daysNot sure what to do about this event. Time to carry an epi pen?details
Colin B5 daysdetails
Psuba5 dayspharmacy prescribed creamdetails
Niels-Peter6 daysdetails
Niels-Peter6 daysdetails
putte6 daysSköt om såren, när det väl har blivit utslag så tvätta med tvål och vatten. Torka av med en annan handduk. details
dariusz6 daysDas Problem ist nicht weg, aber mit schonen geht es.details
Fatty_Goffe6 daysdetails
Ari-o6 daysDon't kick stuff in to your leg.details
ebuckley6 days12/9 - going with the badly bruised tendon diagnosis. No longer impacting activity.details
Snell6 daysdetails
Pete6 daysdetails
lchavasse6 daysdetails
colinwarwick6 daysdetails
Ursa7 daysdetails
Morten7 daysdetails
clarky7 daysdetails
BP7 daysdetails
blairtrewin7 daysGradually eased after a few days.details
troll feet7 daysRest. To try to pick feet up a bit more though cause was broken paving slabdetails
TomPerry7 daysdetails
jmnipen8 daysdetails
Eliot8 daysdetails
Marius8 daysNa siaip 100 % dar neisgijau. Fastumas padeda.details
JonasB8 daysdetails
Magic8 daysdetails
bishop228 daysDon't be stupid with a new activity at a poor time.details
Danolou8 daysStill tender on the run today but no pain. Ice, rest and Ibuprofendetails
Peter H8 daysdetails
GrrrBear8 dayscleared up after a few days.details
faywalsh8 daysdetails
tbl8 daysOrsak: Mycket löpning på asfalt? Återhämtning: Mycket massage!details
loobey8 daysdetails
egidijus9 daysdetails
shadmika9 daysTime off (few days) and rolling out the calves, & icingdetails
austrianmike9 daysRestdetails
Eliot10 daysdetails
forbesbc10 daysneosporindetails
jeffw10 daysGave it a rest.details
Spongey10 daysdetails
Daniele10 daysPausedetails
Carl00610 daysdetails
vyc10 daysdetails
duncanarcher10 daysNeeded two weeks of antibiotics. Not sure what the real cause is, maybe I got unlucky, or maybe I scratched a bite I should have left alone?details
Penguino10 daysdetails
wiQ11 daysdetails
Malla11 daysdetails
JonasB11 daysdetails
EricNorris11 dayssuperceded by my achilles pain.details
Trisha11 daysRight calf no longer feels tight and knot in calf is gone. Will continue to wear self made sock to bed to keep stretched out at night. details
Pellervo11 daysLepo auttoi. Käveleminen ja pyöräily tuntuivat olevan tälle vaivalle pahimmat. Olisiko ollut jonkin tasoinen jännetupen tulehdus?details
Pete B11 daysSaw physio. Need to stretch at least dailydetails
StephHurry11 daysDon't overdo it in yoga, leave your ego at the door. Runners are generally not flexible and, definitely in my case, too competitive.details
bradc11 daysLots of eccentric calf raises.details
Miikka11 daysdetails
Skid18512 daysRecovered fairly well. Complete rest, walking only. Still some pain when stretching.details
Mal12 daysrestdetails
A damp otter12 daysIcing + elevation every 2 hours , stretching , and massage by phsyio , cycling aggrovated it , running actually helped it out ! details
jadan12 daysCaused by running too hard in Adidas trail shoes on firm grass. Forget I am 51 years old with 80,000 miles on the clock! Seems to be resolved by friction massage, strengthening and reverse foot stretching. Gradual reduction of symptoms, Kept runs short and steady to begin with. New Shoes - Hoka Bondi 3.details
Georgia12 daysAlmost gone. Seemed to go away after I found out what it was/physio put some needles in there.details
Roger G12 daysgluts, back tight stertching nerve at back cured itdetails
Boltboi13 daysdetails
avro13 daysdetails
camel14 daysWas massaging it regularly and that seemed to help, rest was the main thing though.details
devil14 daysrest and voltaren did the trickdetails
linus_sandgren14 daysTräna styrka i vaderna!details
olle7115 daysdetails
huon15 daysdetails
spilka15 daysdetails
Carl00615 daysdetails
Niels-Peter16 daysdetails
Tom O16 daysIn retrospect, the effects would have been a lot less severe if I had gone to the doctor a few days after the bite when it was apparent that it was infected. I guess I thought I could fight it off. The doctor confessed to me today during my follow-up visit that he was "very concerned" when he saw my leg. Now I know not to take spider bites lightly.details
torbensfunk16 daysi reckon i do not have to have it marked as injury anymore. feels much betterdetails
supersaint16 daysConcentrate on dropping arch in on R. side, standing on left side of wobble cushion and actively dropping ankle in on it. Standing on R. leg on step and dropping R. arch in. Lots of calf stretching.details
theshadow17 days4 days completely off- patience was rewardeddetails
MikeMc17 daysRested and massaged.details
Keith17 daysIce! Iceing it was very effective.details
Pete B17 daysdetails
pi18 daysLong rest.details
jsjöberg18 daysVilade ut den. Glad att jag stannade innan den utvecklades ordentligt, känns som att jag minimerade skadetiden på så sätt, blev väl drygt 2v men det är nog rätt snabbtdetails
patgie18 daysmore s&cdetails
Robbs19 daysNothing the a big or rest couldn't fix. It's not fixed, but close to it. A few slow/genial runs to get the feeling back then I'll be off. details
JL19 daysHar ingen jävla aning om hur det blev bra. Det bara försvann. Vet inte vad det var heller. Kommer väl tillbaka rätt vad det är.details
dirtmonkey21 daysstretched before/after every run. I just realized on the 9.7 miler that I didn't feel for the first time the whole run in foreeeeever!details
Mitch7821 daysdetails
Tullster21 daysdetails
Brentman21 daysTake it easy and rest. Tape and do some strenghtening excercises.details
dirtmonkey22 daysrest, antiinflams, icedetails
dersu22 daysdetails
Pete B22 daysBetter now, not so baddetails
cschneiderclimb22 days10/10/11: not really completely convinced I'm healed, but I do know that efforts of an hour +/- are no longer a problem. This injury was a function of bad pedal and duration, not intensity. I will consider this injury healed with the anticipation that I need to slowly increase duration over the next couple of weeks to see how the leg responds.details
Nizkane22 daysdetails
Peter H22 daysdetails
Peter H23 daysITB rolling and fingers into the front of my shin.details
jima24 daysBetter warmups, especially when I'll be running on uneven terrain where an ankle could twist.details
StuartE24 daysNot 100% fixed but I can run again.details
yeagerjustin25 daysdetails
Alistair W25 daysdetails
MHtrailvet25 daysdetails
Super25 daysdetails
jcarr26 daysdetails
Shminty26 daysnot sure when it ended. Think at the time I thought about putting it had stopped in here but decided not to tempt fate. details
Coneff27 daysCause unknown. Recovery: stretching, elevating, taking it easy, and strength training (including high jumps) when recovered.details
jima27 daysStill a sense of numbness in parts of my foot. No apparent swelling. Haven't been inclined to really push it, but have spent a lot of time in the woods prepping for the Boulder Dash. All I can think is that it was some sort of bug bite that messed up some nerves a bit.details
Big Dave29 daysCaused by running in crap new pair of shoes. HArd to rest and stay off feet. Just walking was slowing down the recovery. Acouple of physio sessions and a visit to the podiatrist sorted out the problem. Geoquest 48hr race didn't aid recovery and extended the injury by about 4 weeks. Still feel tightness occasionally the day after long run but as good as recovered.details
Michel29 daysWaarschijnlijk een klein tikje wat vervolgens een effect heeft vanuit mijn rug. Rekken, fysio losgemaakt en uiteindelijk mijn eigen fysio mij rug gekraakt.details
JanO29 daysdetails
WandAR29 days2 weeks no running, calf stretching 1 week flat running, calf strengthening & stretching Finally ramp up to hills felt good.details
mindsweeper30 daysThe ankle brace cut off circulation to the achilles, making it vulnerable to stress during the race.details
ColmM30 daysStretches whereby sitting on the ground stretching ankle / achilles. Stair exercises. Muscles are essentially tight. Stretch them a lot. Massaging too is good, and foam roller on lower calf worked a lot. details
supersaint30 daysLots of massage on foam roller and calf strengthening exercises (raise leg and lean against wall, go onto tip toes on supporting leg)details
torbensfunk31 daysdetails
dersu32 daysAs with Achilles injurines, long warmups helped; unlike Achilles, running on flat and fast running was better than terrain running.details
DrKeith32 daysMisdiagnosis. Bakers cyst behind l knee-drained of 20 mls of fluid and 7mm neuroma tumour pressing on nervw Highly Likely to be benign but being monitored H&L administered and eased.details
itsmartin32 daysdetails
pascalkolb33 daysdetails
huon34 daysdetails
Mickos34 daysdetails
JonasB34 daysdetails
lostrunner34 daysdetails
andfall34 daysProbably caused by doing too much over previous week causing flare up in PT tendon. Repeated stepping in rabbit holes in dark didn't help. Aqua jogging followed by sauna seemed to help although only did this once towards end of recovery. Otherwise lots of spinning/cross training (ATM machine less aggravating than standard X-trainer), wobble board, theraband exercises etc helped recovery.details
scpjunior35 daysdetails
fredder35 daysStill swollen a bit, but no pain at all (at least on short runs). Never sure what it was--fracture or severe tissue injury. Rest seemed to be the answer.details
Gabriele Cenni35 daysTerapia ogni giornodetails
riley35 daysdetails
Ash36 daysdetails
noken36 daysdetails
Maxx36 daysdetails
Maxx36 daysdetails
Guilford Hartley37 daysstill tight...gotta figure it out. I think it is an issue of tight calves. need to stretch and stuff.details
Georgia37 daysResting entirely for a month seemed to fix this. Was inflammation more than anything else. Suspect it was caused by walking funny due to sore toes in Solomon shoes. details
Zimmers37 daysTime off and a lot of icing and loosening of muscle connected to the problem. Physio...details
beeker38 daysEnded up doing far too much resting.details
Aiden Sullivan38 daysFound out it was an ITB injury. Went to physio and got a roller and some stretches to do. At first it was a bit painful but after it was worth it.details
MikeMc39 daysdetails
sgb43 daysdetails
MikeMc43 daysdetails
Keira43 daysdetails
EMax44 daysdetails
Lillen46 daysdetails
Geoman46 daysdetails
calum47 daysdetails
nath48 daysThe injury was caused by going on a really long trail run in shoes where my heel was too loose. I fixed the problem with the shoes my adjusting my shoelaces to be snugger around the ankle. I recovered from the injury by doing lots of swimming, rollerskiing, and biking.details
jeffw49 daysStopped running for a month. Walked instead which didn't cause calf pain.details
emmaS49 daysProbably a stress fracture but nothing showed up on the X-ray. Rested for a while, now gradually building it up again (increasing in running time 15 minute intervals as log as it feels 100% ok during and afterwards)details
MikeMc50 daysI pretty much rested for 3 weeks apart from a few orienteering races.details
Inis51 daysdetails
tommyg52 daysrest updetails
immy52 daysSome sort of soleus strain - needed some rest, brutal sports massage and new shoes.details
Grandpa Jameson54 daysdetails
G Wedd 55 daysdetails
Focus57 daysWas either a flexor hallusis longus or a soleus strain. Don't change your running style! Do what comes naturally.details
ckoonz57 daysdetails
beeker59 daysdetails
mintore59 dayslots of rest; don't run on burnt out shoes without insertsdetails
mnomi164 daysTime off running definitely helped. So glad to feel no pain hiking/running now. Still have a weird bump in my ankle.details
ckoonz66 daysdetails
bram66 daysdetails
bram66 daysdetails
Grandpa Jameson66 daysA lot of rest and very little running. ART for last couple of weeks helped too.details
MikeMc67 daysdetails
Duncan69 daysdetails
annawallin69 daysdetails
Penguino80 daysGoing to say I have recovered given I was able to jog at the weekend with heavy strapping. pain free though so delighted with that. 3-9-12: Still got swelling and the nobble under the tendon is still there. Very swollen at times. It seems walking pains it more than jogging so need to be really careful with it.details
JuhaM81 daysdetails
Scrappy Doo83 daysdetails
zaltarn83 daysOrsak: Jobb på betong. Minska på träningsmängden nästa gång. Lyssna mer på kroppen. Rehab, sjukgymnast och stretching hjälpte!details
Ralph85 daysdetails
nerimka89 daysStipriai padejo stuburo mankstos, tempimas, lazeris. Ko gero tai buvo ne uzdegimas, o uzspaustas nervas. details
Hanabanana93 dayslol going to the physio and getting orthodics to turn my feet back out the right way....and the chiro for readjsuting where te bones in my feet should be......definitely a good choice in fixin the problem......pretty much defenitely caused by an injury in my ankle a few years ago during P.E that never got treated....he scar tissue built up...made my foot turn in drastically.....and screwed up the rest of my leg.....*shrugs* all good now though i still cant sit cross legged because of that ankledetails
Jemmerson93 daysdetails
wildwood97 daysdetails
joch5597 daysTime.details
Desmond98 daysrest + new running shoesdetails
daveabrams101 daysdetails
Adrian Hamouda102 daysNeeded inserts because I have a low arch details
pepa.102 daysdetails
linus_sandgren103 daysHelt enkelt, stärka upp vaderna.details
LuT104 daysdetails
Terapin107 daysdetails
SamTheMan110 daysdetails
ChrisG114 daysdetails
triple-double118 daysContinued to run on it. It was aggravated by several days of sustained-intensity runs in a row. Over half a year later it got better. details
Mr O-memes119 daysdetails
coryhsmith122 daysdetails
austrianmike126 daysThe compartment sydrome was probably cause by an inflamed muscles due to the sharp increase in exercise for the marathon training. Resolution occurs a) through rest to reduce the inflammation, and b) through stretching to help reduce tension in the muscle. Feeling a lot better since the therapy (also able to run impromptu, which I previously wasn't able to). Cross-training is useful as it does not put too much training on my running muscles.details
Nick Mead126 daysdetails
ReindeerCounter132 daysdetails
rskyles140 daysStill not 100%, but it's well enough.details
Wildsky141 daysstill residual pain occassionallydetails
Focus144 daysNot recovered. Maybe it's just tight calves.details
wynncd153 daysdetails
LiveWideLoveDeep179 daysRest, prayers, 2 months no running, stopping PT, details
joshblatch185 daysturned out to be compartment syndrome. surgery on the 6th Jan, given the all clear on the 24th feb. slowly built up to jogging increasing amounts and recovery went really well. ellys mum reckoned coz of my short calf length (due to inflexibility) it was making my anterior and lateral compartments work harder.details
Elvis196 daysdetails
JamesBradshaw202 daysLots of Gluet medius strengtheningdetails
linus_sandgren204 daysVisade sig vara en biceps femoris tendinit/tendinos. Tja, ta det lugnt nästa gång?details
lauraking10207 daysJanine physio connective tissue massagedetails
Poppy213 daysdetails
billh214 dayscan't remember when this resolved, but it's gone now, haha. Not running for six months tends to let things heal up. details
loefaas215 daysdetails
Franchitastic241 daysHaving a rest week every 4th week seems like a better approach than what I tried last Spring when I kept adding mileage steadily. Leg feels good though I haven't had another MRI to see for sure.details
Larryj275 daysdetails
Lillen299 daysrehab for the clafes seems to have helpeddetails
Friday311 daysdetails
ken315 daysgetting rid of my black office shoes (and earlier my nikes) seemed to eventually eliminate the problem. details
Cat T365 daysdetails
daveabrams365 daysdetails
Flam390 daysrésolu mais pq ?details
MikeS405 daysdetails
loefaas438 daysdetails
hagi456 daysdetails
Ernie_wise457 daysSports massage and compression socks. Lots of ice. Good Job. details
Shminty461 daysdetails
Aksu465 daysdetails
buzz537 daysdetails
SimonB627 daystook a long time, but my tendon now feels like its working with my body and not on its owndetails
Craig630 daysAdditional lateral posting on orthoticsdetails
Orienteered1214 daysGetting the muscle functioning properly and keeping it out of spasam while building up strength in calfs and legs in particular. Changing my running style has also had a positive impact details
peggyd1218 daysIt's been a long time since this has really bothered me, so I'm taking it off.details
Ryan1310 daysdetails
blairtrewin1417 daysAppears to be related to calf tightness as most often surfaced after prolonged periods without massage (especially when travelling). Surfaced intermittently for several years but no significant incidences in 2013. details
peterprong2654 daysdetails
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