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Why my blood sugar drops down in night ?

In morning my blood sugar is 101/102 @ night around 10pm it drops to 45. I am on nothing is it serious.I also forget and my eyes 3 yrs ago DR. said I was pre diabetic, lost 1oolbs & now starting menopause but my blood sugar @ night drops to 45. I shake, sweat, & feel light headed. In the morning it is 101/102 I eat protein for breakfast almonds as snack greek yogurt for lunch crackers afternoon snack and protein w/ veg. at supper and glass of red wine by 1o pm I want to go to bed but get confused and shake or sweat. Any suggestions
Asked On : Fri, 7 Jan 2011
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response

These all are indications of hypoglycemia , dear!

This is showing that your sugar is frequently fluctuating which is not good at all.

Do following things:

1. Have small, frequent meals throughout the day.
2. Monitor sugar level early morning without meal and 1 1/2 hr after lunch/dinner
3. keep a record and visit a dr. as soon as possible

Do revert back to me with the present situation with your feedback.
Answered: Sat, 8 Jan 2011
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