Diabetic foot are one of the complications of diabetes. Over time, people with diabetes start feeling numbness in their foot because of poor blood flow. Nerve damage is the main reason for this. One can have nerve damage in any part of the body. But nerves in your legs and foot are mostly affected areas.
Frequent infection, slow healing power, and weak immunity being some of the symptoms that contribute to it. Even small cuts and bruises can turn into serious complications. A diabetic foot would develop sores, deformities, and infections more easily.
There are about 15% chances that a diabetic patient is going to develop diabetic feet at some point in his/her life.
Diabetic Foot Treatments
Of course, the treatment for diabetic feet depends upon the severity of the wound. Both surgical and nonsurgical treatments may be needed you should have your feet checked regularly.
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