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  1. Good evening.
    Warm welcome to MediMetry.

    Yes I understand why you are worried and I am concerned as well. I would suggest right now to keep a strict tab on your diet and exercise schedule. By exercise I don't mean vigorous running but general exercise which even includes yoga.
    As I am not an expert in Ayurvedic medicine, I can tell you for sure that certain medications or substances may interfere with allopathic diabetic medications which may decrease the action/effectiveness of either medications. As such I would advise you to please and immediately meet an endocrinologist and stick to one regimen of medicine.
    Please do not mix and match.
    Regarding your wounds, please bandage them with a clean and sterile cloth/material and go to your local GP for examination and management with medications.
    Take care of the wound immediately. Even a minor wound can become infected if bacteria are allowed to build up after injury.

    At home clean the wound. Rinse the wound under running water to remove dirt.

    Don't use soap, hydrogen peroxide, or iodine, which can irritate the injury. Then apply soframycin ointment to prevent infection, and cover the wound with a sterile bandage.

    Change the bandage daily, and use soap to clean the skin around the wound. Inspect your wound daily for any signs of infection.

    Keep pressure off the wound as it heals.

    Also let me know what medications you are currently on and your blood sugar levels so that I can help you further.

    Hope this helps.

    Live healthy!