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Mystery foot bruise & pain

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Nov 2011
6:43pm, 6 Nov 2011
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Fitz
Ow!

Whilst parkrunning yesterday I felt a pain in my right foot. Kind of underneath, along the edge between ball and heel. Later I found a big bruise on the top of my foot, and another smaller one today underneath.

I don't recall twisting my foot / ankle or anything like that, it just started hurting for no reason. I hope it clears up in time for Nice mara in 2 weeks. I *really* hope it's just a random bruise injury and not something worrying like a stress fracture!

Anyone ever had something similar?
Nov 2011
4:42pm, 7 Nov 2011
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Maz 1974
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Nov 2011
8:30am, 11 Nov 2011
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Fitz
Nobody cares <*SNIFF*>. Thought I'd recovered as I had an easy 5 miles on Tuesday with no problems. Tried a faster 5 miles yesterday and the problem returned. Now resting completely to try to be fit for Nice mara, Sunday 20th. Have a podiatrist appointment next week but that's probably too late in the day to do anything useful except advise rest.
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Nov 2011
8:41am, 11 Nov 2011
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D2
sorry to hear about your injury hope its nothing serious :)

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