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The desire and feasibility of fasting during Ramadan are sensitive issues for diabetic Muslims. The aim of this study was to describe the behavior of patients with type 2 diabetes towards fasting. A prospective longitudinal study was conducted including 100 patients with type 2 diabetes. Data collection was carried out using an anonymous questionnaire administrated by the attending physician during two visits before and after Ramadan. A total of seventy-nine of the hundred enrolled patientsdoi:10.4103/1947-489x.210566 fatcat:2url2jbcrrdbbhr6ohaldjirea