Can there be complications with hepatitis b if I have diabetes?

Yes. If you mean to say that you have hep b, and now have diabetes, there may be some difficulties with some of the medications used to treat diabetes as some of them are processed by the liver.

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I heard that people with diabetes should now get hepatitis b shots? Is this true? If so, why?

It is true. Hepatitis b is a serious viral infection of the liver that can cause abdominal discomfort, weakness, and even liver failure. It is spread through blood and sexual contact. People with diabetes are more likely to get hepatitis b because of using needles to give Insulin and check sugars. And if they get hep b, it is more likely to be severe. So acip recommends the vaccine if diabetic and under 60. Read more...
Yes. Everyone with chronic illnesses, risk factors, or immunosuppression should get the hepatitis b series. It reduces the risk of developing hepatitis b if exposed. Diabetes is one of many chronic illnesses that weakens the immune system over the long run. Read more...