So, erm, opinions? Supposed to be doing 11 miles tomorrow so given the mildness of pain and the fact it doesn't hurt when running I'm not sure what to do. Ideally want to avoid a £50 podiatrist bill if it's just me being nervous.
a podiatrist wont necessarily give you the answer I dont THINK.
MRI might.....alhtough it didnt show up my SF (in tibia)
As a rule of thumb, if it hurts, stop.
I found this article insightful
I am not prepared to say whether you should run.
I think you can get morton's neuroma pain in that area (google it for yourself...i dont know much about it)
Thanks Nick, I've had a read of that and can't decide based on the descriptions. I pretty much can't feel it while walking in normal shoes and can't feel it at all when running. Much of what I've read regard foot injuries is that they're bad if the pain increases.
Bit of a nightmare. Can't really afford to take a break from training and can't afford to get injured!
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