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... If not, I can explain in another post. ... (2 replies)
... It's my pre and post lunch and dinner that have problems. The sudden drop of blood sugar happens in the morning after breakfast. ... (0 replies)
... Your problem was most likely caused by a spike from the sweets you consumed before bed time and then a sudden drop in blood sugar level. ... (2 replies)

... The fact that your symptoms are occurring 30 minutes after you eat certainly indicates it is in response to your meal. This could mean several things however... ... (4 replies)
... liver to counterbalance a drop in blood glucose. The effect is noted in people who experience low sugars at 3 AM, followed by an elevated blood sugar towards morning. ... (4 replies)
... While low blood sugar occurs much more frequently in people with Type I diabetes, people with Type II that strive for tight blood sugar control can experience episodes of low blood sugar. ... (6 replies)
... dl. A sudden drop in bloodsugar, possibly the result of reactive hypoglycemia after a high carb meal, could account for the dizziness. ... (3 replies)
... While it would be a good idea to eat a biscuit afterwards, there is no reason for blood glucose to suddenly drop. And as long as the T1 diabetic is otherwise healthy, replacing the donated blood shouldn't be a problem. ... (10 replies)
... hours after eating I feel a major, quick drop in energy. ... (1 replies)
... points over is too much. im not really sure what im supposed to do. how long does this stuff stay in your body? ... (3 replies)
... Your glucose tolerance test showed you that 3 hours after eating your blood sugar drops to critically low levels. ... (10 replies)
... It has been sometime since I did anything with a child diabetic and am not current on the specs. The numbers you listed are too high. Children change a lot. Sudden spikes or lows are common. That is a setup for real problems. ... (22 replies)
... Willap, the best thing for hypoglycemia is to keep your blood sugars stable, in order not to "wear" out your insulin production. ... (20 replies)
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Sep 12, 2002
... Sounds like you are probably "diabetic". Diabetes is a problem with blood sugar going too high when more carbohydrates in form of starch or sugar are consumed. ... (5 replies)

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