High cholesterol: Having ingrown or thickened fungal nails could become 'serious concerns'
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Decreased nail growth is another common sign of PAD, which tends to correlate with a reduced pulse in the feet.

Sometimes, patients notice discolouration of the skin in the feet that also result from limitations in blood flow.

In the initial phases, the condition tends to be harmless unless a sufferer has another concomitant condition, which can increase the risk of health woes, according to Foot Health Facts.

The body states: “Having both diabetes and PAD further increases the potential for foot complications.



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