Leg Restlessness

Lower Extremity Venous Insufficiency Leg Restlessness. Patients with chronic lower extremity venous insufficiency may describe the feeling of the constant urge to move their legs, particularly at night.  This sensation may be caused by restless legs syndrome (RLS). One mechanism to explain this sensation may be that when the blood is not emptying out of … Continue reading Leg Restlessness

Leg Heaviness & Fatigued legs

Experiencing Leg Heaviness and Fatigue? The sensation of heavy legs, often described as having lead weights stuffed inside your pants is a very common symptom of lower extremity venous insufficiency. The heaviness is often worse after long periods of standing or sitting. At times, the heavy leg sensation may be chronic. The cause of leg heaviness is … Continue reading Leg Heaviness & Fatigued legs

Leg Cramping

Leg Cramping is a Common Symptom of Venous Disease An extremely common symptom of venous disease in the legs is cramping. Cramping is most often worse at night, or after a long day of sitting or standing. The cramping sensation is often an indication that fluid is accumulating during the day due to increased venous … Continue reading Leg Cramping