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    Anyone have calf pain? And try calf sleeves?

    Hi

    Anyone else have a feeling in their calves as if they are about to pull a muscle... or have pulled the muscle in their calf?

    Or if you use a treadmill/bike feel like their calf is going to 'go' - so end up exercising 'defensively' or stopping... and often afterwards feel sore like it has been torn.

    BUT the calf doesn't seem to actually be torn - in that you can exercise the next day... but still have the same issue

    It could be because I have lost a load of weight... I know I got knee joint pain last time... I know it's counter intuitive... but the extra fat was cushioning my weight pounding onto my knee joint/bone when 'pounding' a treadmill... so even though I then weighed less - I had less protection/absorption and got the pain. Well I've lost weight again [yes put it all back on first] and maybe that's why my calves are always feeling like they are about to go.

    So anyone use calf sleeves/compression socks for this sort of thing? Were they good?
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