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Leaving the Hospital After ERCP With Sphincterotomy -- Information for Diabetic Patients

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Presentation: ERCP With Sphincterotomy
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As a diabetic, you probably know a lot about the signs and symptoms that go along with abnormal blood sugar levels.
These usually include:
· weakness
· difficulty with your vision
· shortness of breath
· anxiety
· sweating.
After your procedure, do not to assume that these symptoms are only related to your procedure. These symptoms may indicate that a there may be a problem. In which case, you should report to your doctor immediately. To help identify what is causing the symptoms, you may be asked to have more frequent blood sugar checks.

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