Diabetes type 2 symptoms: Four signs you have a diabetic blister – what to look for

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Diabetes type 2 symptoms: Four signs you have a diabetic blister – what to look for

"Talk to family and friends about what the GP told you, and write down any questions you have," advises the NHS.What happens nextFollowing a formal

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“Talk to family and friends about what the GP told you, and write down any questions you have,” advises the NHS.

What happens next

Following a formal diagnosis, a GP will usually recommend lifestyle changes to lower high blood sugar levels.

There are two key components to blood sugar control – diet and exercise.

There’s nothing you cannot eat if you have type 2 diabetes, but you’ll have to limit certain foods.



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