What Are the Causes of Throbbing Pain in Legs?

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A deep throbbing leg pain can be felt anywhere in either or both of the legs. There are several causes of throbbing pain in the legs. These include varicose veins, nerve damage, circulatory issues or injury. If the problem persists or worsens, medical advice should be sought.
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