People with diabetes need to be especially cautious about fever. The degree of fever does not necessarily correlate with the seriousness of infection. Diabetics could have no fever/very low fever and still have a serious infection.
The good news about managing diabetic foot complications is that it’s all up to YOU. So take back the control. Keeping your blood glucose in check, daily foot care, early identification of a foot problem and early intervention to prevent further deterioration are the key to minimizing serious long term foot damage caused by diabetes.
In conclusion, as a diabetic it is very important for you to learn as much as possible about routine diabetic foot care as it plays the biggest role in preventing foot ulcers.