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For information about diabetes and the effect it can have on your feet.

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Footwear Advice

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Diabetes can gradually damage the nerves and blood vessels supplying your feet. This happens so slowly that you may not notice that your feet are less sensitive than they used to be. As your feet are less able to let you know when something is damaging them, it is important to look after them. This…

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Your feet are important especially when you’ve got diabetes. If people manage their diabetes well most foot problems, including amputations, can be prevented. You can also dramatically reduce your chances of foot problems by taking good care of your feet.

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Diabetes UK have produced this leaflet to let you know the best ways to take care of your feet. Follow these simple steps to keep your feet healthy.

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A guide to the Somerset Diabetes Foot Integrated Pathway

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Diabetes is a lifelong condition which can cause foot problems. Some of these problems can occur because the nerves and blood vessels supplying your feet are damaged. This leaflet is for people that are at high risk of developing a foot ulcer.

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There are many conditions which can lead to foot problems. Some of these problems can occur because the nerves and blood vessels supplying your feet are damaged. This leaflet is for people that are at low risk of developing a foot ulcer.

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Diabetes is a lifelong condition which can cause foot problems. Some of these problems can occur because the nerves and blood vessels supplying your feet are damaged. This leaflet is for people that are at moderate risk of developing a foot ulcer.


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