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Is there a cure for diabetic peripheral neuropathy?

The symptoms of diabetic peripheral neuropathy can get better over time. However, there is no cure for this disorder. The best way to prevent this disorder or alleviate your symptoms is to keep your blood glucose as close to your target range as possible. This will go a long way in preventing any complications as a result of diabetes.

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What increases my risk for diabetic peripheral neuropathy?
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