Hard work, poor diet, or a change in pressure may all cause changes in your legs and feet. However, there are more serious situations where leg problems point to serious health problems.

We decided to find out in which cases the condition of our legs could be a sign that we should visit a doctor.

6. Venous Insufficiency

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During venous insufficiency, blood passes from the extremities to the heart with difficulty. This happens when the venous valves are weak or damaged.

This causes swelling. The most intense swelling occurs in the ankle area and is followed by pigmentation and a feeling of heavy legs.

5. Thrombosis

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The swelling of one or both legs may indicate a deep vein thrombosis. This problem is very dangerous. If you think you may have it, see a doctor right away.

4. Liver Problems

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You can identify the early symptoms of liver problems by the condition of your legs. If your liver is working abnormally, your limbs will start to swell and spider veins will appear.

This is due to some problems in the blood flow between the intestine, spleen, pancreas, and liver.

3. Atherosclerosis

During atherosclerosis, the feet receive very little blood, which makes them pale and causes pain.

In most cases, people neglect the symptoms of atherosclerosis. However, this disease has serious consequences.

2. Diabetes

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Having diabetes, even the smallest sores on your legs can have serious consequences. This is necessary to heal the feet.

This disease is usually accompanied by nerve damage. People do not feel pain and do not notice how a small bruise turns into an ulcer.

1. Pregnancy

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Of course, pregnancy is not a disease. However, you may notice this early on from some changes in your legs. They start to swell (along with your arms), your legs start to get heavy, and you sometimes have muscle spasms.

Sometimes these symptoms appear before pregnancy is clinically approved.