The Relationship Of The Wound Does Not Dry Up With The Risk Of Diabetes Infection?
Hello. I’m novri 24 years old. I want to ask. My blood sugar 92 results are normal or not. I was worried because there were small but long-lasting wounds. Indeed, I am upset sometimes because of itching. What is the cause of DM? Please answer. thanks.
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Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a disease that causes the hormone insulin in the body can not be used. The hormone insulin plays a role in regulating blood sugar levels. If insulin cannot be used, blood sugar levels will increase. Your blood sugar levels are still within normal limits. If you want more certainty, you should be checked fasting blood sugar levels and blood sugar levels 2 hours after administration of sugar. Diabetes is very dangerous and can cause various complications. One of the complications is a disruption in blood flow. This disruption in blood flow causes wounds to become difficult to heal. Keep in mind, not all difficult wounds to heal are caused by diabetes. When we are injured, new cells will form to replace damaged cells. If you scratch the wound, the cells that are formed will be damaged and cannot close your wound. In addition, touching your wound with an unwashed hand can cause germ contaminated wounds from your hands, making it easier for infections and difficult to heal. Avoid scratching the wound and make sure the wound is always clean and dry. If the wound still doesn't heal, is getting swollen or wider, or is pusing, see a doctor immediately.
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