The classic symptoms of peripheral artery disease (PAD) are pain, achiness, fatigue, burning, or discomfort in the muscles of your feet, calves, or thighs. These symptoms usually appear during walking or exercise and go away after several minutes of rest. Only about half of the individuals with peripheral artery disease have symptoms. Almost always, symptoms are caused by the leg muscles not getting enough blood, including:
When peripheral artery disease becomes severe, you may have:
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