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Diabetes symptoms: Why you should never ignore 'bloodshot' eyes

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If you have diabetes, or have been told you are at increased risk of type 2 diabetes, and you experience blood shot or painful eyes, see your doctor.

Usually diabetic retinopathy doesn’t have any symptoms until it becomes very advanced, so detecting it early is key, and could save your vision.

Early signs could be picked up at a yearly eye screening, which all diabetics over the age of 12 should have.



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