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Pain in ankle. Veins sticking. Hurts when walking. What may be wrong?

I am doing high school cross country for the first time and ever since the day we did hills a week ago, my ankle has not stopped hurting. It hurts during and after a run and it also hurts to walk. It is not really swollen, but the veins there are sticking out a lot more than usual. I have been applying ice packs for two days but it has not helped. It hurts especially at night and in the morning. Whats wrong with it?
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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PROBABLY YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM VARICOSE VEIN...YOU CAN USE STOCKINGS.I ALSO ADVISE A USG COLOUR DOPPLER OF BOTH LEGS
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