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Beginner's Guide to Diabetic Neuropathy

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One of the most common complications associated with diabetes, diabetic neuropathy refers to nerve damage caused by high glucose levels over a long period of time. There are two main types: peripheral, which causes pain or numbness in the hands, feet, legs, and arms; and autonomic, the dulling of nerves that control the gastrointestinal tract, bowel, bladder, and other organs.

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