Special Care for
People with Diabetes

If you have diabetes, taking good care of your feet is important and should be a part of your daily health routine. Fungal infections are common in people with diabetes and if left untreated, may lead to more severe foot problems.

Consult your doctor if you are unsure if you have athlete’s foot before using an OTC antifungal treatment. It is especially important to talk to your doctor if you have neuropathy, vascular disease or foot deformities.

Know the Facts About Athlete’s Foot

Managing diabetes can feel like a full-time job, so don’t let athlete’s foot complicate things. Educate yourself and follow these tips to prevent athlete’s foot and other foot problems.

Athlete’s foot is more common in people with diabetes, but can be cured with antifungal treatments like LamisilAT®.

Athlete’s foot causes dry, cracked skin, which can leave people with diabetes vulnerable to more serious complications such as cellulitis, bacterial infections or even ulcers.

Itching and burning are common symptoms of athlete’s foot, but may go un-noticed in people with neuropathy.

Don’t treat athlete’s foot with lotion or a non-medicated powder. Only an antifungal medication like LamisilAT® can treat athlete’s foot.

Foot Care for Chronic Sufferers

The best way to beat fungus is to avoid it altogether. Take control of your foot health with LamisilAF Defense® Spray Powder. It is clinically proven to prevent most athlete’s foot while providing relief from symptoms. It also absorbs wetness, keeping your feet dry and fungus-free.

See LamisilAT® Athlete’s Foot Products

For more information about living with diabetes, visit the ADA website.

Other Preventative Foot Care Tips

Here are some simple tips to maintain healthy feet and keep them fungus-free.

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