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Foot health advice for diabetics during lockdown

How does a diabetic access foot health during lockdown?

Created By on 25/04/2020

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Sally - Silversurfer's Editor
25th Apr 2020 09:38:18
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Hello and welcome - we have a range of features about foot health in relation to those suffering from diabetes - here is a link to our most recent feature -

I hope you find this helpful 🙂
Response from bevjoemorris Original Poster made on 25th Apr 2020 23:41:54
didn't tell me anything I did not know, My question was what do diabetics do for foot care during lock down..
Response from Sally - Silversurfer's Editor made on 26th Apr 2020 08:06:29 > @bevjoemorris
Hi bevjoemorris,

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Response from Sally - Silversurfer's Editor made on 26th Apr 2020 08:07:57 > @bevjoemorris
Apologies ... you didn't mention it was advice you were looking for during lockdown ... I will change the title for you in the hope that other diabetics can offer you their views.
13th May 2020 20:08:24
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Have you tried talking to your GP about it? I presume he/she will still be keeping in touch if you're being treated for diabetes. The NHS website is full of useful info, so maybe there's some advice there.

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