Leg pain can range from a mild nuisance that comes and goes. The pain that makes it difficult to sleep, walk, or engage in simple everyday activities.
Leg pain and numbness can be experienced in many forms-some people describe the pain as aching, searing, throbbing, or burning, or like standing in a bucket of ice water.
It can lead to a heart attack or a stroke. As well as an aneurism which can become weak and rupture, endangering your life. In some cases this condition can even lead to gangrene and a leg amputation.
While you're walking, there will be instances that you can feel pain on your leg but the pain is not originally from the leg it may also vary in the hips or buttocks. So, when you're experiencing this it is advised not to carry heavy things because it can worsen your the pain you're feeling.
If you sit still the pain disappears within minutes. If the pain only appears while you move it’s a symptom of blocked and weakened blood vessels in your legs. It appears because the blood flow is obstructed and your toes aren’t getting enough blood.
So, if you're experiencing a pain in your leg you must see your doctor for your own good. A few basic exercises can ease the pain and improve your circulation can also be the solution but not an assurance that you will feel better forever.