i think most people are not even aware of this thing. in the past in this forum rarely or never, anyone mentioned it.
i will mention some .
can you complete the list. ?or comment
The NIDDK lists these tests that people with diabetes should get:
"Hemoglobin A1c test: Get this test at least twice a year. It checks your average blood sugar over the past two to three months.
Blood lipid (fats) test: A blood test of cholesterol and triglycerides."
[these two everybody is serious , but the ones below are also equally important-my opinion]
"Kidney function tests: Get a urine test that checks for protein in urine at least once a year. Get a blood test for creatinine, a waste product, at least once a year. These tests screen for kidney problems.
Blood pressure: Get your blood pressure checked at every medical appointment.
Dilated eye exam: See an eye care professional once a year for a complete eye exam.
Foot exam: At every medical appointment, get your feet's nerves and blood circulation.
Caring for your teeth and monitoring your weight are also important for people with diabetes (and for everyone else)."