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Question:

From Manchester, the United Kingdom:

At present, I treat my diabetes by diet alone, but it looks as though I might have to go onto tablets. Since I drive for a living, I am very concerned because I understand that certain tablets will affect your driving license and others will not. Is that true and what are they?

Answer:

As far as I am aware, you need to declare that you have diabetes on your license.You should mention this to your general practitioner who will be able to give you the legal details.

JS

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Original posting 26 Jan 2001
Posted to Medications: Pills for Diabetes

  
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