Knee and shin pains are common in people starting to run. The bones may take sometime to adapt to the new exercise. You may exercise by walking for good distances and slowly start jogging. It is better to avoid running on concrete and asphalt initially.
Pain following running is normal
As days progress it should come down
If it does not come down you have to consult an orthopaedician
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