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Q and A: Can My Father Avoid Amputation?

Q: Dear Diabetes Health, My 82-year-old father is a type 2 diabetic. He is in extreme pain due to an ulcer on his toe and is at risk of amputation of his foot. Here in Canada, the doctors are quick to amputate.

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Charcot Foot: A Story of Foot Reconstruction
Charcot Foot: A Story of Foot Reconstruction

Josephine Kulman has had type 1 diabetes for 45 years, ever since she was five years old. For much of her life, her blood sugars were rarely in control.

Comments 32 comments - Oct 11, 2007 - * * * * *

Micronutrient Supplementation May Ease Neuropathic Pain
Micronutrient Supplementation May Ease Neuropathic Pain

Our diet has changed a great deal since our days as hunter-gatherers on the African plains. Not only do we eat more carbs and fats, but we may also be getting far fewer of the micronutrients that were abundant in the primitive diet.

Comments 6 comments - Oct 9, 2007 - * * *

Statins and Fibrates Help Stop Peripheral Neuropathy in Type 2 Diabetes

Peripheral neuropathy (limb nerve damage) eventually afflicts fifty percent of people with diabetes; worse still, it leads to an amputation every fifty seconds world-wide. At the moment, nothing is approved in the U.S. to treat peripheral neuropathy, only to alleviate the pain that it causes. That might change soon, however.

Comments 5 comments - Jul 31, 2007 - * * * *

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome a Common Cohort of Diabetes
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome a Common Cohort of Diabetes

Do you think you might have carpal tunnel syndrome? If you have diabetes, your assumption is more likely to be correct, because carpal tunnel syndrome is fifteen times more common in people with diabetes than in the general population.

Comments 1 comment - Jun 29, 2007 - * * * * *

Reiki Doesn't Work For Diabetic Neuropathy
Reiki Doesn't Work For Diabetic Neuropathy

Reiki is an alternative therapy in which practitioners use gestures in the air, purportedly to channel and manipulate energy from the universe.  This energy then theoretically flows through their palms, healing patients by restoring order to their unbalanced vital energy.In a recent study published in Diabetes Care, however, the energy did not seem to be flowing.

Comments 2 comments - May 25, 2007 - * * *

Data Suggest Cymbalta Reduced Severity of Night Pain in Patients with Diabetic Nerve Pain
Data Suggest Cymbalta Reduced Severity of Night Pain in Patients with Diabetic Nerve Pain

INDIANAPOLIS Data from a pooled analysis of three studies suggest that in patients with pain caused by diabetic nerve damage, or diabetic peripheral neuropathy, who are treated with Cymbalta (duloxetine HCl), improvements in both average daily pain and night pain severity were associated with less pain-related sleep interference than in those patients taking sugar pill.

Comments 5 comments - May 15, 2007 - * * * * *

The Double Whammy: When Peripheral Artery Disease Complicates Peripheral Neuropathy
The Double Whammy: When Peripheral Artery Disease Complicates Peripheral Neuropathy

When it comes to your feet, it’s important to know where you stand. Foot problems are the most common reason for diabetes-related hospitalizations, and people with diabetes are up to fifteen times more likely to have a lower limb amputation than those without diabetes.

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A Potful of Pain Relief
A Potful of Pain Relief

On January 15, 2007, GW Pharmaceuticals reported results achieved by Sativex, its mouth spray made from pot, in a multi-center, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study of nearly 300 patients with diabetic neuropathic pain.

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Diabetes Health Sex Survey

Diabetes Health would like your help in addressing the lack of information about women, sex, and diabetes. To that end, we've set up a survey on our website, packed with questions about how having diabetes affects your sex life and how you overcome the hurdles that diabetes raises.

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