With age, people diagnosed with diabetes can observe pathological changes of the blood vessels, the most common of which is the appearance of the lower limbs varicose veins.Varicose veins is accompanied by a bag-shaped extension, the appearance of crinkles, knots, increasing length, which leads to malfunction of valves and blood flow.Therefore, in addition to cosmetic problems the disease carries a number of serious trouble. Currently, one in four Americans (10.9 million, or 26.9 percent) over the age of 60 is living with diabetes. I have pooling around my ankles” that look like bruises to the extent that people ask her if she’s injured herself. Varicose veins most often appear in the legs, but they may also develop in other parts of the body. P.A.D. Your physician places Apligraf® directly on your diabetic ulcer or venous leg wound. For diabetics, their nerve damage is caused by chronic, elevated blood sugar levels.
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