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Muscle pain after exertion. Normal blood work. Reason?

Hello! I have been a runner for about 6 years now. I am also a beginner bodybuilder. I have had troubles with muscle recovery for a good while now. Everytime I exceed 2 miles, I come home feeling good, but then about an hour later, I am in extreme pain and it lasts for three days. I have been to two doctors and they can t seem to find what is wrong. Today, I decided to go for a two miler and found that my body is now not recovering from short runs and i m in a lot of pain. I have had blood work done and all my levels are normal including my thyroid . Any ideas to what might be going on? Let s just say I ve tried everything. I just need answers so that I can fix the problems and enjoy running again. Thanks!
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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The muscle pain that you have after an exercise is likely to be related to ischaemia of the muscles. This can be due to a thrombosis or a cardiac related disorder. A detailed investigations are needed to detect the cause.
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Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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