My left ankle is busted, but now my right knee has come out in sympathy. I'm no longer limping!
I think that if you want to get back running properly, you will have to go privately somewhere. As long as you can walk the NHS don't really care. -rant alert - I think that is very short-sighted of them as I'm sure that little problems now will turn into big problems later, but that is the problem of another government. -end rant- Whether you choose physio, podiatrist (I have some lovely orthotics that helped for a while), pilates or anything else is up to you.
I broke my ankle in January 2010 and things haven't been right since. I have very little dorsiflexion in the ankle and also sometimes the pin areas swell up. So I've had enough and went private to get the pins out. The surgeon is also going to remove some of the scar tissue at the front of the ankle to improve mobility.
The biggest problem I have is that my other leg has problems because it has to compensate for my broken leg. It has meant my "good" leg has become lazy and then injured. I've tried stretches, physio and pilates, but really nothing changed much. I really hope that going under the knife will sort it out.
I've just bought this book about pregnancy and exercise. It writes about lots of medical studies and basically says that exercise is fine. I've also read TCOYF by Toni Weschler. It is great. I didn't really know properly what was going on before reading it.
I think the only real way of telling if you are ovulating is by charting temperatures or peeing on a stick. Temp charting isn't that difficult but it did get me very stressed out. Also you have to sleep well for it to be accurate and as I don't there wasn't much point me carrying on.
The US runnersworld forums have a daily TTC thread. It's a bit quiet at the moment, but I got loads of really good information just reading it. Also it is nice to read about other people in similar situations.
(oops, sorry, didn't put about me. I'm on my first cycle after coming off the pill and trying seriously. Day 65, so who knows what is going on with my body!)