What causes low insulin levels in a diabetic patient?
Can be associated with polycystic ovaries.
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The low insulin levels in non obese women can be associated with polycystic ovaries and metabolic disturbance. The symptoms that you have can be due to acidic urine, decreased fluid intake and low Vitamin D3 levels.
If you are having normal and regular periods then polycystic ovaries are less likely. However an ultrasound scan will help in ruling it out.
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