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Hello, folks. My husband is diagnosed intermittent claudication. He has severe pain in his right leg when walking for more than 20 minutes. I wonder how bad can this condition get. He didn't start with his treatment yet. I would really appreciate all your replies. Thank you in advance. Bye, folks!

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Hello. Intermittent claudication is caused by narrowing of the arteries in legs. It is caused by atherosclerotic plaques. If not treated, it can have severe side effects. One of them is gangrene. That is why your husband should start with therapy immediately. Talk to his doctor and see details. I hope everything will be all right. Best of luck! Bye!
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