portion of the ankle. This is one of the most commonly seen issues with the ankle pain following exercise or stress. Unfortunately, without a proper physical exam it would be difficult to have an accurate diagnosis and it could be more complex depending on how long this has been going on and if it is progressively getting worse. To start with, avoid activities that hurt it, drink plenty of water, eat a cleaner diet (veggies and meat, avoiding starches and sugars) and make an appointment for an evaluation by a qualified health professional to rule out any complicated problems such as a stress fracture or peripheral nerve entrapment. In the absence of more serious stretching, soft tissue therapy, strengthening and manipulation of the ankle can reduce symptoms and get you back to enjoying walking or running without pain or fear of serious injury.
Yours in Health,
Dr. Weston Zenner, D.C.
Also, a radiographic examination of the foot is also important to rule out an arthritic condition which is a common cause of ankle pain.
Without more information I couldn't tell you. Age, health level, wt, last physical exam, medical history, etc..