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People who have diabetes are encouraged to become the captain of their own ship. This means that you need to steer your diabetes management towards the goals you have set for yourself and work with all members of your crew, i.e. your diabetes healthcare team.
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Should they continue taking their diabetes medications or what food they should eat when they are unable to eat their usual meals?
Managing medication taking is usually straight forward for most adults taking one or two medications. However, this task can be difficult for those requiring multiple medications, with doses sometimes several times a day and some doses requiring several pills. Unfortunately taking multiple medications is a common occurrence in people with diabetes, especially among the elderly.