Hopefully you are keeping a running log and record all your aches along with your miles. You seem to have this stuff as a recurring theme. Runners have lots of aches but I always take PAIN seriously. To me it means that I should take a day, sometime two and REST. It might not be what I want to do but in the long run (pun intended) it is the best thing you can do for yourself and your progress as a runner.
While you are trying to figure out what the problem is be sure to stretch your toes. "Traveling" pains always mean (to me) that I've ignored the original problem and continued running and hurt myself because I was compensating and running unevenly. For me, the worst I ever did was ignore an issue that turned into a problem that caused a six month lay off.
Another thing to do while you are not running and making the problem worse is to try some cross-training. It might be what you want to do but done properly you can keep your conditioning and let the problem resolve itself. I'm a huge fan of deep water runing, with a flotation belt and your feet not touching the bottom. Just like running without the pounding. Perfect for feet, ankle and knee recouperation.
Also check the age/condition of your shoes and the surface you have been running on. This might also be something to put into you log book.
Good luck, -Rita
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