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How does diabetes affect my skin health?
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
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In brief: Skin infections
Diabetics are more prone to yeast infections in the groin, the armpit.
They are also more prone to skin infections. To decrease yeast infections a dilute Acetic Acid or vinegar can acidity the skin. For recurrent bacterial infections along with antibiotics a dilute clorox bath can reduce bacteria.1 cup to whole tub of water.

In brief: Skin infections
Diabetics are more prone to yeast infections in the groin, the armpit.
They are also more prone to skin infections. To decrease yeast infections a dilute Acetic Acid or vinegar can acidity the skin. For recurrent bacterial infections along with antibiotics a dilute clorox bath can reduce bacteria.1 cup to whole tub of water.
Dr. Morris Westfried
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Dr. Stanford Owen
Internal Medicine
In brief: Yes
Diabetes affects collagen destruction and synthesis.
The more uncontrolled, the worse the destruction. Sowenmd.

In brief: Yes
Diabetes affects collagen destruction and synthesis.
The more uncontrolled, the worse the destruction. Sowenmd.
Dr. Stanford Owen
Dr. Stanford Owen
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