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    grotesque condition, the tibia mystery

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    the left lower tibial BONE, it's not shin splints, hurts very much when i sprint and jump. but when i walk, no pain.

    it's the bone, man, and it's been lingering since last december. i'm out of action in rec league because i can't risk further injury.

    i ruled out a stress fracture because there is no pain when i walk. it's not muscular because i know what that feels like.

    it feels like the bone, man! but what could this be?!?!?

    i rule out a bone bruise because there was never any impact to the bone. can i have a bone bruise without direct impact??

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    Sounds like something you should talk to a doctor about--there are a lot of things that could cause bone pain, and it sounds like the sort of thing that's better addressed by someone who can perform an exam than by a bunch of people on the internet.
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    i don't do doctors, you know that owly.

    next insight.

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    i'd rather my leg fall off than go to a doctor about this.

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    Well, have fun with that then. That'll give you a chance to work on your pistols.
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    buahahahahahahahah ::guffaw::

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    Are your toe and knee in alignment? My kid had tibial torsion when he was a toddler, though it worked itself out later. But it did make his walking and running a little off - enough that it could cause discomfort if he was older.
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    yea, they're in alignment, what the?

    come on, ritarose.

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    I'm serious! His left toe pointed toward the other foot just a bit and it made running harder!

    Okay, I'll go play somewhere else...
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    The symptoms you describe point to "bonus eruptus." It's a terrible disorder where the skeleton tries to leap out the mouth and escape the body. Our one chance is trans-dental electromicide. I'll need a golf cart motor with a 1000-volt capacimator. STAT!
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