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would usually present with elevated blood sugars. Diabetics experience low blood sugars when some medications push the blood sugars below normal. This would occur if the dose is too high or if not enough food is used with the medication.
most commonly occurs in diabetics in the above situations but can occur other wise in persons with the following: (1)severe liver
(2) increased insulin
production which can occur if there is a lesion in the pancreas
(3)excess alcohol use can sometimes result in low blood sugars
(4)a deficiency in some hormones
You may want to consider checking your blood sugar if an episode occurs again to determine whether it is actually low.
Symptoms normally occur when it falls below 2.8 mmol/l (50 mg/dl) to 3 mmol/l (54 mg/dl). Though hypoglycemia is defined as blood sugars below 3.3 mmol/l (60mg/dl) to 3.9 mmol/l (70mg/dl).
If the level is low and returns to normal with the use of sugar then you may need to visit your doctor for an evaluation.
I hope this helps