I am 24.I have pain in front bones of legs below knee and in ankle bone. It increases on walking faster. I had x-ray, calcium, vit d, but got no benefit.

Low leg pain. You mention. It is worse when moving faster it could be shin splints or possible tendonitis . Consult with podiatrist or orthopedic.
Try new shoes. Do not wear flat walking shoes...Stay with a shoe having a heel . Use ice after you walk..That should help you....

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