Hi, so far I've only built up to doing 3-4/10th of a mile BF every other day. Last weeek on Thursday I suddenly woke up (after one of my little runs the day before) with an almost imperceptible ache in my left ankle. It's on the inside. I couldn't localize the sensation to any particular area or reproduce it with any movement. It's not quite the post-tib...I've had that on the right side so I kow what it feels like. But it is on the inside, like between the bone and the heel. Anyway, on Friday I ran my usual 4/10th BF and felt kind of a burning and aching in that region. Still not the same thing as a post-tib inury though. So I iced it and took the weekend off. Then I ran Monday and noticed no discomfort. But ever since then it has been bothering me. I still can't really figure out where it's coming from or what elicits the feeling. it is pretty constant throughout the day, doesn't hurt more in the morning or get beter with warming up. It does hurt a little when I walk around, but not all the time. It hurts less to walk barefoot than in my regular running shoes. And for some reason my boots (that only have like a 1/2 in heel) make it ache even more. It doesn't hurt to do heel raises or drops. It doesn't hurt to point the toe and roatae inward or anything like that. It's weird... I am usually an overly conservative person, so am I being too conservative here? I just don't want this to become a problem. But how could I get injured running 4/10th of a mile?