When Diabetes Leads to Peripheral Vascular Disease

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One of the most life threatening complications that can develop from uncontrolled diabetes is peripheral vascular disease (PVD). This is a disease condition where the arteries around the heart and brain become severely clogged. The extremities, such as the feet, may cease to receive adequate blood supplies. In fact, it is estimated that as much as 33% of diagnosed diabetics will no longer have a notable pulse in their feet 10 years after diagnosis. Eventually PVD can progress to the point where the patient may need extremities, or even entire limbs, amputated. Death is also quite possible. http://ultimatediethack.com/halki-diabetes-remedy-review/ »

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