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TABLE 5.

Most Frequently Reported Impacts of Diabetes on Basic Aspects of Life

Respondents With Type 1 Diabetes (% “negative impact”/% “serious negative impact”)Respondents With Type 2 Diabetes (% “negative impact”/% “serious negative impact”)
Planning for the future 72/25 54/17 
Ability to take on life’s challenges 67/16 50/13 
Self-confidence 66/20 48/14 
Success at work or school 67/15 28/8 
Family relationships 43/6 35/6 
Intimacy/sexual relationships 42/12 43/19 
Dating and romance 36/9 24/9 
Relationships with coworkers or fellow students 39/5 17/2 
Building and maintaining friendships 35/5 22/4 
Respondents With Type 1 Diabetes (% “negative impact”/% “serious negative impact”)Respondents With Type 2 Diabetes (% “negative impact”/% “serious negative impact”)
Planning for the future 72/25 54/17 
Ability to take on life’s challenges 67/16 50/13 
Self-confidence 66/20 48/14 
Success at work or school 67/15 28/8 
Family relationships 43/6 35/6 
Intimacy/sexual relationships 42/12 43/19 
Dating and romance 36/9 24/9 
Relationships with coworkers or fellow students 39/5 17/2 
Building and maintaining friendships 35/5 22/4 
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