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What are the consequences of diabetes?

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What are the consequences of diabetes?

Having diabetes can lead to serious health problems such as:

  • heart attack

  • stroke

  • loss of feeling in nerves

  • poor circulation

  • feet problems

  • feeling weak in muscles

  • stomach problems

  • sexual problems

  • incontinence

  • damage to kidneys

  • damage to eyes

  • amputation of toes, feet, legs, hands or arms.

Babies born to women who have gestational diabetes are more likely to develop diabetes and cardiovascular disease when they grow up.

What can be done to prevent diabetes?

Not all types of diabetes can be prevented, but lifestyle changes will improve a person’s health and make it less likely that they will get diabetes.

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