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Diabetes Complications

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Understanding Diabetes

Diabetes Complications

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Discover ways to reduce your risk for cardiovascular complications like heart attack and stroke.

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It's possible to take steps to reduce your risk for kidney problems like chronic kidney disease. 

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If you have type 2 diabetes, there are ways to lower your risk of diabetes-related liver complications. 

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eye health


There are ways to reduce your risk for eye issues such as retinopathy, macular edema, cataracts, and glaucoma.

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Read more about ways to prevent or minimize gastrointestinal issues related to diabetes such as gastroparesis, a condition that causes the stomach to hold its contents for too long.

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Foot Care

Having diabetes along with years of high glucose levels can lead to problems with your feet. Know what foot conditions can develop, how to treat them, and ways to prevent them.

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Nerve Damage: Hands and Feet

Diabetes that is not optimally managed puts you at risk for nerve damage in your extremities. There are steps you can take to manage or prevent neuropathy in your hands and feet.

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Other Nerve Damage

Managing diabetes effectively can help protect you from autonomic neuropathy, a type of nerve damage that affects digestion, breathing, and blood pressure.

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