Hypoglycemia

What is Hypoglycemia?

Symptoms resulting from low blood glucose (normal glucose range 60–100 mg/dL [3.3–5.6 mmol/L]), which are either autonomic or neuroglycopenic. Autonomic symptoms include sweating, trembling, feelings of warmth, anxiety, and nausea. Neuroglycopenic symptoms include feelings of dizziness, confusion, tiredness, difficulty speaking, headache, and inability to concentrate.

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Hi there, I m a 21 year old female, hypoglycemia runs in my family and I was also wondering why do I feel dizzy and weak and almost feel like I m...

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You are young female with History of hypoglycemia in family there are many causes of hypoglycemia some are Hereditary and many...

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i've been feeling very faint and can't seem to walk straight. i'm always near to falling. now it's a difficulty to even go up and down the stairs...

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Regarding your question the symptoms you mentioned can be caused by Gastritis, Hypoglycemia, hypothyroidism or Diabetes Mellitus so i would...

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Hello every morning my blood sugar drop to the high 60, what to do to rule out this hypoglycemia problem, can hypoglycemia be cured? My blood sugar...

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The hypoglycemia in people with pre-diabetes is common. This is more in you due to the lifestyle steps you took in a short span of time....

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