Do not try to cut corns or calluses or remove them with any over the counter medications unless your doctors approve.
Do put a moisturizing lotion on the dry skin on your feet.
Never go barefoot as bare feet can be injured easily.
When you are diabetic, even a small cut or blister can lead to some very serious problems. To help to prevent some very dangerous infections, you need to wash and inspect you feet every day.
If you have any questions about your medications or your diet, you should be sure and contact your doctor immediately.
Learn about your disease and about the signs and symptoms of ketoacidosis and hypoglycemia.
Make sure that you always wear a medic-alert bracelet or necklace. This will alert others to your condition.