IntroductionDiabetic patients and fastingThe problem with diabetes and fastingSearch strategyFasting effects on the bodyInsulin levels during fastingPregnancy and fasting during RamadanExemptions from fastingRecommendations on management of diabetes during RamadanManagement of patients with type 2 diabetesManagement of patients with type 1 diabetesConclusionReferences Introduction Ramadan occurs on the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar. This calendar is based on a lunar calendar. It is because of this that the length and duration of a fast varies. In summer a fast can last up to 19 hours and in the winter up to 10 hours. The month of Ramadan lasts 28–30 days
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