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Addie656

694d

I have an issue with what I think is hypoglycemia. I have regularly been keeping track of my glucose levels throughout the days and the past 2 weeks, my average glucose level is around 70-80. The lowest I’ve had during this time period was 58, and the highest would be 209 (only because of a stress hormone release from a recent surgery after anesthesia) second highest being 112. Any tips on how I can obtain a diagnosis? I have a feeling the doctors I see won’t give me anything official until I faint or something.

    • MeliBug

      526d

      I'm experiencing the same thing, doctors just think I have a ED but I'm expecting the same blood sugar's as you. Went to the ER and they said sugars spikes up to 216 happens sometimes in non-diabetics.

      • Addie656

        396d

        @MeliBug hello, i had blood work in December, but I’m not diabetic, they instead found out I have celiacs disease and I haven’t been experiencing much blood sugar lows anymore

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