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    Default Right leg injury around tibia?

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    Iíll go see a doctor this week, but thought Iíll throw this out there.
    Monday - Hit 90Kg squat. Was able to finish 5x3 without any pain. Might have rocked forward a little on my right toes during one of the reps.
    Was hurting a little, and then later hat day or the next, my 8 yr old decided to kick me in the shin 3 times. With bare feet though and with the forefoot.
    Friday - pushed through some pain (to touch) and did 40x3x5 power cleans.
    Through the weekend, and even now I have pain and swelling below my knee. Itís sort of towards 45 degrees towards the inside, if 0 were facing forward. So not on the side that touches the other leg, but between that facing forward. The pain responds to an ace bandage.
    Any idea what I tore? Strained? And when I can start squatting again?

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    Turned out to be a blood clot.

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    The internet has its limitations.

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    Indeed.

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    He probably means a hematoma. A bruise. He probably doesn't mean a DVT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    He probably means a hematoma. A bruise. He probably doesn't mean a DVT.
    "That's just a flesh wound" Monty Python.

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