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Nausea, dizziness, headache, cold sweat if not eaten in the morning. Is this normal?

I have a problem with hypoglycemia ... i think... Earlier this year a doctor told me to eat regularly and i should be fine, but almost every morning i wake up and within half an hour to an hour if i dont eat i will be nauseous, dizzy, headaches , cold-sweat, i basically feel like i got hit w the flu . Throughout the day if i dont eat often enough this will occur again and again. It effects my lifestyle and ive missed work due to it. Im starting to lose weight when im trying to gain weight. Is this normal??
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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Hello and wish you a good health I noted your compplaints .You have not mentioned about your age and sex Anyhow early morning symptoms of what you said is most possibly fasting hypoglycemia Kinndly check your fasting blood auger levels and HbA1C. Meanwhile start taking some food as early as possible thank you kindly follow with reports Thank you ByDr PG
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