Hi. I ve gone through your query and I can understand your anxiety. Diabetes patients are more prone for skin infections or diabetic dermopathy . It might be in the form of hot, swollen painful skin or an itchy rash and tiny blisters with or without discharge or dry scaly skin. is a lesions or shin spots are harmless. They usually do not require any treatment and tend to go away after a few years, particularly following improved blood glucose control. I advice you to - Have topical steroid medication (hydrocortisone) application. - Have good diabetic control to preventing skin problems. -Take required nutrition, exercises and diabetic control medications . - maintain proper skin care. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care. Regards, Dr. Yogapriya V, General and family physician.