Harvard Men's Health Watch

Blocked arteries may be causing that leg pain when you walk

Daily walking is essential to treat leg pain that starts when you walk for a while but subsides when you rest, a condition called intermittent claudication caused by blockages in the leg arteries that impede blood flow. Medication can also help.

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