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When should I see a doctor about my arteriosclerosis obliterans symptoms?

See a doctor about arteriosclerosis obliterans if you have

  • Muscle pain or cramps in your legs, especially if the pain does not go away with rest
  • Chest pains to go along with your leg pains
  • One leg that seems cool to the touch, paler than usual, or bluish in color
  • Numbness, tingling, or weakness in one or both legs
  • A swollen, inflamed, or hot leg
  • Pain that increases when the leg is elevated
  • Pain in the leg from the weight of clothes or bed sheets
  • Sores or ulcers on your legs and feet that do not heal
If you have any of these symptoms accompanied by fever or general malaise, see a doctor.

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