Our expert says:
I would do a full blood count to see if anything shows up in the blood (from the bone marrow) and also do x/rays of the affected area to exclude a cyst or bone disease in the area. If these are normal, one could consider a gallium bone scan to check for stress fracture of the tibia bone. It can also be caused by referred pain from the knee or lower back. I suggest that you maybe see an ortopedic specialist?
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