At first, these symptoms may only appear when you walk uphill, walk faster or walk longer distances.
Slowly, these symptoms appear more quickly and with less exercise.
The legs or feet can feel numb to be at rest. The legs also may feel cold to the touch and the skin may appear pale. see more
When peripheral arterial disease is severe, you may have:
Pain and cramps in the night
Pain or tingling in the foot or toes, which can be so intense that even the weight of clothing or bed sheets be painful , read more
Pain that gets worse when you raise the leg and improves when it takes down the legs on the side of the bed
Skin that looks dark and blue
Ulcers that do not heal, click here