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.
In most cases of focal neuropathy, muscle weakness or pain subsides within a few weeks or months with no long-term damage. Peripheral and autonomic...Read more
Do your feet tingle, burn or itch? If so, then you might have some nerves going haywire in your feet. Millions of people are affected by... Read more »
[Humor] The advice we get from our doctors usually makes medical sense. But following it is not easy. You know: Eat less. Exercise... Read more »
Is managing diabetic neuropathy so difficult that we need more drugs? Some, but not all, of our diabetes professionals say that it... Read more »