If you have diabetes, colds and other common illnesses can be troublemakers. A bad cold, particularly if you have a fever, can put you at risk of developing diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), one of the potential complications of diabetes. To prevent this happening, you need to know how to recognise the signs and symptoms of DKA and take the right precautions.
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