Hmmm . . . are you sure you've dislocated your leg 3 times? Which joint did you dislocate? It's rather uncommon to dislocate one's leg. Shoulder dislocations are more frequent. But unless you have a chronic...
Stats: 1 eTOH fit; 2 falls with minor cuts; 1 dislocated knee; 1 ?EP fit; 1 cold person; 1 fast... over each other on the escalator. They had very minor cuts to their arms, legs and hands, so after cleaning the wounds...
Shoulder dislocations are not something you want to rush. Give them time; trust... the uninjured side and your legs as best as you can.
Thank you for the response. I have been tested for diabetes, and while not diabetic, I am hypoglycemic and carry a meter to check my sugar. I don't know if it is relevant, but I am 10 tears post op from gastric bypass surger
Assuming you didn't injure yourself, you've probably been going too fast or too far for your present condition. Take a few days off for rest and then cut your distance in half and maybe run slower to see if that helps. Also,