Our expert says:
I doubt it. Mineral deficiencies are incredibly rare (unless your diet is exceptionally poor), and even if it was, you'd experience more than just this. I still believe that what I suggested previously is the likely cause and I think it probably is a phase. The doctor's checks don't often work, because did they check it after your training session? Probably not, so it's a "poor" test that can't really be applied. But what's important is that they did do tests that are reliable and they confirm that nothing is wrong. So you should take confidence in that and just continue your training trying to manage the problem, as I said last time.
In terms of the comeback, you'll have lost a little bit of fitness, but within a week or so you'll be back to where you left off, so just expect the first week to be a little down on your previous ones, and then build from there.
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