Should I stop running?

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Aug 2017
11:50am, 23 Aug 2017
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Duckyneedsabath
Just started building up my running as a beginner and I have a constant 'pulling' sensation in my left leg above my ankle, not just when I am running. There is no pain, but it feels a bit like something is caught on something else. Hard to explain! Do I carry on running and expect it will ease over time?
Aug 2017
12:36pm, 23 Aug 2017
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becca7
Welcome to Fetch. It's difficult to say as there are various things that this could be caused by and a physio or other professional who can examine you would be the best person to advise. Pulling suggests some tightness and a sports massage can help with that.
Aug 2017
2:06pm, 23 Aug 2017
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Ultracat
Maybe consider taking a few days rest from running and see if it makes any difference.
Aug 2017
3:39pm, 23 Aug 2017
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Duckyneedsabath
Thank you x I will make a physio appointment and rest until then.

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