Originally Posted by Future
Don't waste your time getting an appointment if its tendonitis, all you can do is rest and ice it pretty much.
If you are having calf problems with it though, could be a strained or torn tendon, which is causing other parts of your body to compensate for your knee. That is what you should watch out for.
As for ankle support...I wear ASO ankle braces every time I play bball, lacrosse, football, or soccer. Super supportive and even though I've tweaked my ankle before, I've never actually sprained it wearing them. They aren't cheap, but if rolling an ankle is the problem, I'd definitely recommend them.
Some days it feels fine and some days it hurts. When it first started bothering me I had to drag my leg around for a few days. It also felt like my knee had a loose feeling. Like I was on ice or something.
The most consistent pain I get is on the inner part of my knee and the rest of the pain is just kind of randomly all around it.
It's been going on since October so I decided its time to go to the Doc.
Another weird thing is I took off from doing leg lifts for about a month. Then I went back to doing them and it actually feels better for a day or 2 after I lift.