What is Diabetic neuropathy?
Diabetic Neuropathy describes damage to the nerves in the body due to high blood sugar. It is most commonly presents itself in the legs and feet.
Diabetic Neuropathy that damages the nerve fibres in the feet and legs is also known as Peripheral Neuropathy.
There are many symptoms of this condition and they may initially be worse at night. If you have Diabetes, it is important you look out for these following symptoms:
Managing peripheral neuropathy alongside your primary healthcare team:
Peripheral neuropathy can occur during or after these illnesses:
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
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