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How Does Diabetes Affect Wound Healing?

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A person who manages their diabetes well can improve the rate at which wounds heal and reduce the likelihood of a severe infection. Image for illustration purposes
A person who manages their diabetes well can improve the rate at which wounds heal and reduce the likelihood of a severe infection. Image for illustration purposes

Medical News Today

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In people with diabetes, wounds can take longer to heal. These wounds often appear on the feet and legs. This slow healing can increase the risk of developing infections and other complications.

A person who manages their diabetes well can improve the rate at which wounds heal and reduce the likelihood of a severe infection.

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https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320739

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