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Can Diabetes Lead to Tendon Problems?

If you are suffering from type 2 diabetes, the chances of developing tendon problems increase up to 3 times. Because diabetes affects the body overall if it doesn’t manage well. And tendons are an important part (found in your arms, legs, shoulder, hips, knees, and ankles) used to transfer the force from muscles to the bone. If you fail to manage your diabetes and are not aware of the symptoms of tendon problems, it can lead to tendon rupturing which can make it harder for you to perform your daily life activities.   Keep reading this article, to avoid these tendon problems.