|Vitamin D Need||19%||Unlikely|
|Mineral Need||2%||Ruled out|
|Low Progesterone||1%||Ruled out|
Do your leg muscles cramp after walking, becoming better after rest?
Possible responses:→ Don't know
→ Yes, sometimes/moderately
→ Yes, often/severely
Atherosclerosis decreases the supply of blood and oxygen to the legs, causing people with intermittent claudication to experience leg pain after walking a certain distance.
Initial symptoms of intermittent claudication are pain, aching, cramping, or fatigue of the muscles in the lower limbs that develop during walking and are quickly relieved by rest. Symptoms typically occur in the calf but may also be located in the foot, thigh, hip, or buttocks. In more advanced stages, the painful symptoms are present even at rest and are worsened by elevating the legs.