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Border-line diabetic, hypertensive, get throbbing, burning and tingling in upper part of legs of walking with a moderate pace. Help?

I have been trying to walk for exercise about twenty minutes a day. After walking and a moderate pace for ten minutes the upper part of my legs where they join my body begin to throb and burn , tingle, making it very hard and painful to continue. I am a border-line diabetic and have high blood preasure. I am 59 years old. Can you help?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Hello,need to ask a few questions like,whether you have a habit of smoking/alcohol...,what is the latest sugar reports,recent blood pressure,whether,your lipid profile has been done or not,whether a vegetarianrian/nonveg food habit and what medications are you taking?
Get above tests done, and a vitamin B12 and vit D3 levels done,would advice you to go for a Doppler study of leg to rule out peripheral vascular disease.
Send me the above answers and lets see how are your reports,will advice accordingly.
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Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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