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Diabetic Foot Problems

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What treatment was used for your diabetic foot care? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: SPICOLI, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: March 16

My feet got swollen about 2 weeks ago and my doctor changed my insulin. Now I need to find a treatment to get the swelling down to normal so I can work. It's been a week now with new insulin and not much swelling has gone down.

Comment from: Rick, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: May 21

When I started experiencing numbness in my left foot, I thought my shoe was going bad as in when the inside bottom gets lumpy, but I immediately concluded it was my foot. With a better regiment of diet and doctor-prescribed medication, it subsided. I had been neglectful in trying to control my diabetes II. I won't make that mistake again. Work with your doctor, Work with your doctor, Work with your doctor!!!

Published: July 06

Information provided in this web site helped me deal with a problem with my feet that needed to be treated. However there is no cure for the tightness of muscles in the bottom of my feet. Ever so sorry that there is not a solution for this frustrating issue.

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