Signs of peripheral vascular disease
(obstruction of arteries in the limbs
) include changes such as pallor, pain, funny sensation such as pins and needles, decreased warmth and ulcers; in your particular case it becomes really tricky to know just by history, since those could also be signs of venous insufficiency
, which you are more prone to have since they had to harvest veins from your legs for bypass. There is a very simple screening test called ABI that measures the pressures with a cuff in your arm and in your leg, and might help differentiating these causes. Sice you have a history of heart disease
, I would suggest you undergo such test, since at least 30% of individuals with heart disease can also have peripheral vascular disease.
Hope that helps
Mayo Clinic Rochester