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by Alisa Princy (2020-03-04)

Allergic Reactions StrictionBP Review Allergic skin reactions may appear as a result of a response to certain medicines. You must tell the doctor if you feel that you are having a reaction because of a medicine. Watch out for signs of rashes, bumps or depression at the sites where you inject insulin. Diabetic Dermopath Diabetes may cause changes in small blood vessels. This can lead to a skin problem called diabetic dermopathy. Dermopathy appear like light brown, scaly patches on the skin. These patched may be circular or oval. They are sometimes mistaken for age spots. These patches do not hurt or itch. Diabetic Blisters Even though it's rare, people with diabetes may erupt in blisters. Diabetic blisters can appear on the backs of fingers, toes, feet, hands and sometimes on forearms or legs. Diabetic blisters look similar to burn blisters and are often observed in people who have diabetic neuropathy. They are mostly painless and don't seem to have signs of redness around them. They heal on their own, usually without leaving behind a scar, in about three weeks. Treatment involves bringing blood sugar levels under control. Gestational diabetes is diagnosed when a previously healthy woman is found to have developed diabetes during her pregnancy. Researchers at Bushehr University of Medical Sciences in Iran, compared cases of thyroid gland disorders in women with and without Gestational diabetes, and continued to compare them for one year. Their study, reported on in the journal Diabetes Medicine in September 2014, included... 342 women diagnosed with diabetes during their pregnancy, and 313 healthy pregnant women. It was found... 16.6 percent of the women with Gestational diabetes, and 6.1 percent of pregnant women without diabetes had thyroid disorders. One year after giving birth.. 19.6 percent of the women diagnosed with Gestational diabetes had thyroid gland inflammation, or thyroiditis, compared to 10.2 percent of the healthy pregnant women.

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