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Why i felt pain below my knee, Please give me advice

I had hairline fracture in my left foot ( 2nd metatarsal ) I didnt fall nor sprain my foot. Dr. told it was a stress. I had my cast Dec.29,2010. till Jan.29,2011 ( 1 month ) now my 2nd day since my cast removed.I had pain and sore around my foot but i know its normal because my foot was immobalized for so long and now re-adjusting because now I am putting weight on it (standing and walking )My question is why i felt pain below my knee (tibia) though my cast was jus below my knee before ? Please give me advice i m started to worry again.By the way, I m female 39 years old.
Asked On : Mon, 31 Jan 2011
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though the cast was below knee along with your foot even the muscles around tibia were also immobilised .so initially for few days stretching of muscle may be causing pain ; if so it should subside in a weeks time.
Answered: Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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