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 pressure in the legs which then contracts at night.
The experts at Precision can perform an ultrasound to determine if your leg cramping is due to venous insufficiency.