Peripheral artery disease (PAD) means clogged arteries in the legs. Men and women walk round with PAD without realizing they have it. With signs like aching legs and skin discoloration, PAD can mimic many other conditions. Many people with PAD have pain or discomfort in the legs that goes away once the activity is stopped and during rest. However, most people with PAD do not experience symptoms.

Diagnosing PAD can be quick, easy and ultimately life-saving. Those with PAD have an increased risk for heart and cerebrovascular disease, and if left untreated, it can have devastating effects Find out if you should be tested for PAD and what you can do to lower your risk by taking this 2 min online assessment.

    1. Do you have diabetes?

    2. Are you over 50 years old?

    3. Does your family have a history of diabetes?

    4. Do you have high cholesterol?

    5. Do you currently smoke? Have you ever smoked?

    6. Do you have aching, cramping, tingling, or pain in your legs when you walk or exercise that is relieved by rest?

    7. Do you have pain in your toes or feet at night?

    8. Do you experience leg numbness, weakness or a difference in temperature in your lower leg or foot?

    9. Have you noticed a change in the color of your legs?

    The first noticeable symptom of PAD may be intermittent claudication. This is leg disconfort, pain or cramping that develops with activity, is relieve with rest, and recurs upon resuming activity. The pain is most often noticed in the calf, but may also be felt in the buttocks or thighs.

    10. Do you have ulcers or sores on your feet or legs that are slow in healing?

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