Why Does My Leg Ache?

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The most common cause of aching legs is poor blood circulation in the leg arteries. A secondary cause of leg pain is strain and stretching of the calf muscles as a result of poor foot function. Wearing of high heeled shoes also contributes to aching legs.
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1. Identify the cause of the pain. If you know that you did an extra hour at the gym today or you twisted your leg while unloading groceries then you know the pain you are feeling
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they would ache if you got shot.
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Leg pain or aching that occurs after prolonged standing or sitting suggests a possible
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