Poorly controlled blood sugar greatly increases a patient’s risk of diabetic blindness. Patients need to take their blood sugar several times a day and make sure their hemoglobin AIC is in good control. Regular annual visits to the eye doctor, as soon as someone knows they are diabetic, also are important to preventing diabetic blindness.
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