If you have diabetes and are concerned your vision may be getting worse, you should seek the help of a medical professional immediately.
If you experience vision loss, and don't already see an ophthalmologist (eye specialist), you can seek the help of your primary care physician, who will help you get a referral to a relevant eye specialist.
If you experience vision loss and already see an eye specialist, seek the help of this professional to help you diagnose and manage the problem.
If you have been enrolled in a diabetic eye screening programme, you should attend your scheduled appointments to ensure any changes in your eyes are picked up early.
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