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Controlling blood glucose is important. It slows the start and progression of eye disease caused by diabetes. Elevated blood sugar levels can injure the blood vessels in the eyes causing glaucoma and retinopathy. If you have diabetes, it is recommended that you get a retinal or dilated eye exam from an ophthalmologist or optometrist every year.
Controlling blood glucose is important. It slows the start and progression of heart diseases, nerve diseases and other complications caused by diabetes. An A1C test checks blood glucose levels over a period of time. The test should be done at least twice a year to screen for problems, with a goal of <7% for most people.
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