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Diabetic retinopathy is one of the complications of diabetes and occurs due to damage to the blood vessels of light-sensitive tissues in the posterior segment of the eye (retina). With diabetes, the body loses its ability to use and store glucose, which leads to a build-up of glucose and tissue damage all over the body, including both eyes. Over time, DM destroys the small blood vessels in the retina, causing blood and fluids to leak, resulting in swelling of the retina and blurred vision. Usually, diabetic retinopathy affects both eyes, and the more diabetes you have, the more likely you are to develop diabetic retinopathy. And if left untreated, can lead to complete loss of vision