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Feels hot, sweating, eyes goes black, dizzy spells, thirsty. BP normal. What is going wrong?

Hi there From time to time I get these near blackouts where I d become very hot and start sweating and then I can feel my eyes going black almost to the point where if I don t sit down I will pass out. Dizzy spells and also now I become very thirsty even though I drink a lot of water through out the day. I ve had my iron levels checked, they re at 13.7, my blood pressure is also fine and my sugar is 4.1. What could be wrong with me?
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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1. going by your blood sugar of 4.1 [75mg/dl], it seems probably that you are showing signs of low blood sugar i.e. hypoglycemia.
2. Consult with a diabetologist regarding Management and Baseline Investigations and carefully follow the diabetes management plan your doctor will develop.

PS: even if you come out non-diabetic, rule out other causes like alcoholism, liver- kidney-heart disorder with appropriate investigations and Consultation.
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