PAD, however, usually develops over the course of a lifetime, so symptoms may only become apparent in the advanced stages.
What’s more, outwards symptoms typically appear once an artery has narrowed by 60 percent, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
The body explains: “Half of the people who have peripheral vascular disease don’t have any symptoms, but pain and discomfort in the legs is a common symptom.
“You may also feel weak or tired while walking. Affected parts of your leg may include your calves, thighs, or buttocks,” adds the Cleveland Clinic.
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