I am sorry to hear about your injury. In order to provide an accurate diagnosis and treatment recommendations, a physician would need to perform a thorough physical exam and collect a full medical history. In addition, you may require additional tests. It will not be possible to provide a definitive diagnosis and treatment options without this information. Therefore, I strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with a primary care physician
It is possible you suffered an orthopedic injury to your calf that has caused this pain. Strain or rupture of one of the calf muscles (soleus or gastrocnemius) can cause pain. Achilles tendon rupture can cause severe pain and difficulty with normal use of the lower leg. Prior injury to one of your leg bones may have led to chronic fragility, and it is even possible you have suffered an atypical sort of fracture
of the leg. Rupture of a blood vessel can lead to severe, sudden onset pain. Finally, the development of a deep vein thrombosis can cause severe calf pain. This can lead to a pulmonary embolism, which is a life threatening disease. Patients with deep vein thromboses typically require several months of anticoagulation
. I strongly encourage you to discuss these issues with a primary care physician.