Can Diabetes Cause Leg Swelling?

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5 Tips To Reduce Feet, Leg And Ankle Swelling

Swollen ankles and feet can be painful, and are common for those with diabetes. Standing or walking for long periods of time can cause an abnormal fluid buildup in the ankles, feet and legs — especially among older adults. Here are some tips that may help. Continue reading >>

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  1. Shawnnight

    Ho my HbA1c level is 5.6 36mmol/mol just got some questions

    Hey my hab1c level been abound 5.6 36mmol for just about a year after i been diagnosed with diabetes type 2... im just wondering could my diabetes 2 just been a temporary thing or does it mean I have kept it under controled and also I have to amit that I been eating alot of junk foods a well like chocolate biscuits fredo fogs kfc etc?

  2. ronjaws

    What was your HbA1c when diagnosed?
    Sent from my XT1575 using Diabetes Daily mobile app

  3. tsazani

    Post says dx'd 1 y/a. Your DM2 is not cured. It is under control. If you go back to your old habits, it will bloom again.

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