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acute pain in the shin while jogging. Advice?

hello Doctor, I am 28 years old male without having any bigger medical history of any kind of ailments. I am having a kind of traveling job, so as long as I stay in India, I used to jog five or six times weekly(approx. 25km a week). After running for a week, It starts some acute pain in my shin somewhere between the flesh and bone. If I press this, the pain is much severer. This pain sustains as long as I jog. If I discontinue jogging for a week, there in no more pain. This problem I am having since 4-5 years. Is it a normal? kindly advice. Thanks in advance for your help. Amritesh Kumar Jaiswal
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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This is nothing but just fatigue and it is there that means your muscles are not strong enough, so you need to train your muscles, i would suggest you to run with a little slow speed and then gradually increase the speed. This pain is improve soon. Also take good protein diet and tablet B complex daily. If pain is very severe then you can take Brufen tablet for pain relief.
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