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I know I have high blood pressure and low cholesterol,

I know I have high blood pressure and low cholesterol, I also drink a lot of coffee with a lot of cream and sugar. recently my big toes and the one next to them have been feeling really cold and sometime hurt a little. I was wondering if it could be diabetes?
Tue, 16 Oct 2018
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