This is a tough question to answer, because there is a fine line between feeling a bit sore after a challenging run (which is normal) and continuing to run through real injury
, which could lead to permanent problems. The fact that you went to see your doctor
about the soreness makes me think that you were concerned about the pain - and this makes your symptoms more likely to be in the "real injury" category. In any case, please continue to follow-up with your doctor.
General advice about running and musculoskeletal injuries would be that a runner should stop running (or at least back way off on their training intensity) when they experience an injury. This gives the body time to heal, prevents worsening of the injury, and also presents new injuries that might occur due to compensatory changes to the running gait from the injury. What I mean by this last comment is that it is common for a runner to injure, say, the other leg due to imbalanced stride and limping while running through an injury. Also, generally speaking, it is not a good idea to make an injury with pain medications just so that you can keep running.
I can't say in your case whether or not you can keep running, as that would require a physical examination, but I would highly recommend that you ask your doctor what they think!