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Why are people with diabetes more prone to infections?
Winter Garden, FL
Yes very much so, be careful of your feet and legs.....
Living with type 2 diabetes.
Not sure exactly why. But it's part of having diabetes
Yeah feet and legs always careful off but had like lots of infections this year already
Something with out immune system being weakened and poor blood circulation.
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