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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You legs may ache if you had a hard work out or you ran to much. Aches and pains get worse as you get older. Get out the BenGay and get to rubbing those muscles.
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i sometimes suffer from this also, i think it might be down to poor circulation.
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