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When you sprain your ankle, do you get a shooting pain up to your knee?

Answer:

Some signs of a sprained ankle: Swelling, due to increased fluid in the tissue, sometimes severe. The nerves are more sensitive. The joint hurts and may throb. The pain can worsen when the sore area is pressed or during walking or standing.

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