Diabetes Library
Complications of Diabetes


Diabetes and Amputation
Diabetes and Atherosclerosis1
Diabetes and Autonomic Neuropathy10
Diabetes and Bladder Control2
Diabetes and Cholesterol3
Diabetes and Coma1
Diabetes and Dental Problems1
Diabetes and Depression3
Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction3
Diabetes and Fatigue1
Diabetes and Foot and Leg Problems2
Diabetes and Gastroparesis (Stomach Nerve Damage)2
Diabetes and Hyperglycemia1
Diabetes and Hypertension2
Diabetes and Hypoglycemia3
Diabetes and Mental Problems3
Diabetes and Neurogenic Bladder2
Diabetes and Sexual Problems1
Diabetes and Sleep Apnea1
Diabetes and Stroke2
Diabetes and the Heart3
Diabetes and the Kidneys2
Diabetes and Urinary Tract Infections2
Diabetes and Vision3
Diabetes and Yeast Infections1
Diabetes, Balance and Dizziness1
Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)12
Diabetic Neuropathy (Nerve Damage)4

Diabetic depression

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Diabetes depression is associated with poorer diabetes care and blood glucose level. Depression is more in people with diabetes compared to people without diabetes. READ MORE

Urinary tract infections - UTI

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Urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that usually develops when micro-organism enters the opening of the urethra and multiplies in the urinary tract. READ MORE

Diabetes and Heart Disease: Tips for Prevention

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Diabetes and Heart Disease: Tips for Prevention Arthur Schoenstadt, MD eMedTV People with diabetes can do a lot to prevent heart disease and stroke. Some suggestions include the following: READ MORE

Early recognition of diabetes complications

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Early recognition of diabetes complications January 5, 2009 Lyle Mitzner, MD Clinical Advisor The primary goal of diabetes management is to prevent end-organ complications. Most diabetes-rel READ MORE
Diabetes can cause many complications, including heart attack, stroke, nerve damage (nueropathy,)vision problems or blindness, bladder, kidney and liver problems, and erectile dysfunction. Although there is no cure for Diabetes, being aware of Diabetic symptoms, monitoring glucose levels and following a diabetes diet can help prevent these complications.
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