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Comment from: kermit, 65-74 Male (Patient) Published: June 23

My peripheral vascular disease started with cramps in my left leg that lasted for minutes, then hours and now days. I have big bloody blister; very bad trouble. I am seeing a vascular surgeon this week.

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