Feet in a patient with diabetes is very important, for they are the site of nerve damage as well as circulation problems as a consequence of damage from diabetes over a long time . In view of this they are more prone to fungal infections, and pressure sores or ulcers, which need to be checked for frequently and when found treated promptly.
To pre-empt long term problems is the ideal and this is done through maintaining good glucose control. Along with good glucose control, one needs dry feet well after washing, wearing good foot wear that is comfortable and cutting nails correctly. A more comprehensive account of all diabetic foot sores is beyond the scope of this forum, but would suggest that if you have a particular problem, then to have it adequately assessed.
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