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I would take a test run after you heal and see how the ankle feels after you've given it the time it needs to heal. I taped mine after my injury to support it. I was playing soccer at the time. Most likely you will start in at a earlier week which makes sense. You don't want to go full blast on a healing ankle. You will know when you run. Don't push or you'll injure it again. Good luck. Also the RICE principle after you run will help until you're back 100% emoticon

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I'm one sad panda emoticon

It turns out I have a minor sprain that I never really allowed to heal. Because I kept running on it, it started to cause pain in other areas. Now I have to rest. Grrrrr... Has anyone else ever experienced something similar? How long were you off? I stopped on Week 4 and I'm going to have to be off for at least two weeks. Should I start over from the beginning?

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