Achy or a heavy sensation, especially if it gets worse as the day progresses, or a feeling of tightness in your calves after exercise.
Swelling in your legs, feet and ankles whether it is painful or not.
Muscle fatigue in the legs.
Muscle cramping in your lower legs at rest, especially at night.
Redness or sensation of warmth in your lower extremities.
Sores or rashes in your lower extremities that is relieved when you elevate your legs.
The most common symptom. Dry, itchy, skin around your ankle.
Discolouring in your skin around the ankle, that can appear like freckles in its early stage.
More noticeable in men.
Painful sores on the skin that often take more than a month to heal. Normally develop on the inside of the leg, just above the ankle.
Uncontrollable urge to keep your legs moving, especially in bed at night.
A group of dilated veins (usually red or blue) that appear close to the surface of the skin and look like spider webs or tree branches. Some women experience a worsening of symptoms during menstruation.
Warmer summer months, pregnancy or long periods of standing can often lead to a worsening of symptoms.