Diabetes increases a patient’s chances of having a foot ulcer. However, diabetics tend not to notice blood loss and wounds as quickly as those without diabetes because they are less sensitive to pain.
Often, this means that diabetics will suffer more tissue damage than normal because of a delayed reaction to the njury. Therefore, you may find that people with diabetes are more likely to need amputations on certain parts of their lower body. Fortunately, seeking proper diabetic foot ulcer care can help reduce your chances of needing amputation later in life.
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