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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,
Yes, this is fine.  Raising the knees will take tension off the back.  A bed wedge or knee wedge works the best for this.  You can also use a regular pillow but I find the wedges are better.
It pains you to . . . do what?  Any pain that wakes someone up is always worrisome.  Therefore it's probably best that you go see your family physician to get appropriately evaluated for dangerous spinal cord issues especiall
if they are under the  skin. Or they may show up later. If the pain doesn't go away in a week, I would have your legs checked...
is to exercising at a lower level, such as running half the distance and/or running slower. Light crosstraining...
Since you do a lot of walking, be sure you wear a good pair of walking shoes, shoes built for walking. Do stretches to strengthen your knees, hips, quads, hams, shins, and calves. Here is my stretching page that gives the str
After doing 100 sit ups, you're lucky to be alive :) Don't do sit ups the old Army way in which your shoulders and head are on the ground during each sit up. That puts a lot of stress on your back. Instead, do them the way
, but you will be exercising your shin muscle, which is in the front of your lower leg. google the two words shin splint... on your legs....
  Are the "bumpy patches" a result of your anxiety and stress? Perhaps. But they may also be due to any number of things. If you are concerned your doctor should be able to provide a diagnosis, or refer you to a specialist

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