Screaming in pain literally for 5 minutes Watch

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Today I had to run 10 KM like I normally do every week.
However, after coming back from running (running 10KM at 0 degrees) I took my shoe off and out of no where i stretched my right leg and I started screaming in pain like I've torn the tissue behind my lower right leg calf.
I literally cannot straighten the leg anymore because I end up screaming in pain.
I genuinely am worried that I've torn a muscle!
Someone reply telling me what I should do.
It took me 10 minutes to get up my staircase and get to my bedroom slowly climbing up with 1 leg. I'm still in a lot of pain!
FML.
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Go to the hospital. This happened to a friend of mine and that is what we did.
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(Original post by Caedus)
Go to the hospital. This happened to a friend of mine and that is what we did.
Did he tear a muscle?
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Did he tear a muscle?
He tore a tendon in his ankle and was in agony the entire trip there. If you're in similar pain you should see a doctor immediately :eek:.
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He tore a tendon in his ankle and was in agony the entire trip there. If you're in similar pain you should see a doctor immediately :eek:.
I was screaming like i was 10 years ago when I fractured my elbow joint.
It's ok now after taking a pain killer. Just a bit painful when I straighten the leg or move it.
I think it happened because I was out in the cold for over 2hours straight. No more running this winter.
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Cramp?
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My immediate thought was cramp - it's one of the most shocking pains. If it doesn't go away soon though, definitely hit the docs.
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It could possibly be cramp... I once got it while swimming and thought I had snapped my hamstring.
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Sounds like cramp, in which case you'll need to stretch it out to get rid of it.


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I can relate to that pain in my calves once. I overtrained them in the gym and I couldn't straighten my legs for a week. Had to bend my knees and walk everywhere because I was in so much pain.
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