Mild pain after exercise or running that gradually worsens
A noticeable sense of sluggishness in your leg
Episodes of diffuse or localized pain, sometimes severe, along the tendon during or a few hours after running
Morning tenderness about an inch and a half above the point where the Achilles tendon is attached to the heel bone
Stiffness that generally diminishes as the tendon warms up with use
- Some swelling
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