Diabetes raises sugar. Legs and organs suffer. Doctors advocate recognizing and assessing indicators to diagnose and treat diabetes-related limb disorders.
General Physician, Cygnus Laxmi Hospital, says diabetes damages nerves and causes limb neuropathy. Tingle and burn.
Diabetes affects arteries, reducing leg circulation. Leg cramps, weakness, and slow-healing wounds are symptoms.
Neuropathy and poor circulation can cause slow-healing, infection-prone foot ulcers. These lesions need wound care to avert fatalities.
Diabetic foot deformity weakens bones and joints, causing foot fractures and dislocations. Redness, edema, and foot/ankle anomalies are symptoms.
Diabetes can cause skin dryness, cracking, and fungal or bacterial infections.
Diabetes may cause RLS. Moving reduces RLS leg pain. Diabetes requires diet, exercise, and insulin. Early detection requires footcare and medical checkups.
Diabetics learn. Understanding diabetes-related limb concerns helps people seek early medical attention, reducing deterioration and enhancing quality of life.