If you have diabetes, call your doctor whenever you have a cut or sore that becomes infected or doesn't heal, especially on your feet. It is extremely important to react promptly to injuries and infections, however minor. Also, see your doctor for help if you develop new or worsening symptoms of neuropathy.
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