Firstly, I am a 24 year old female and I have a question. I was sick a couple of months ago with dizzy spells, nausea, and lethargy. I went to the doc numerous times and each time I would have a little fever and my white blood cell was high, so they claimed it was a viral and bacterial infection. But in the mean time, they did a fasting blood glucose test, which was 72. They wanted me to continue monitoring myself and I tested 200 postprandial on 2 occassion.
My mother has hypoglycemia and my grandmother on her side had type 1 diabetes. Eventually they hospitalized me, because I was extremely dehydrated and they tested my sugars every four hours in the hospital receiving normal results in the morning and throughout early afternoon only to finally get a result of 170 late afternoon (I had been on a liquid diet only).
Since leaving the hospital, my sugars have been normal, never exceeding 150 and I have had more lows than anything (in the 50's and 60's). I am not taking any meds nor insulin and I am slim. I have always exercised everyday for 30 minutes and I walk to and from work about 20 additional minutes a day. Is it possible that I was misdiagnosed?
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