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  • Posted By: skyhalk172
  • November 20, 2009
  • 06:54 PM

I ate just a bit and befor i did so I was fine ,but sence I have shaky hands . I took a jog and was fine for 2 1/2 hours but now I'm back to haveing a headache and shaky hands.. I repeated that proceedure and again my hands became more steady.. I'm 46 6' 175 and I find this vary strange .. Could i be suffering from to high of blood sugar or to low blood sugar. at one of my last Dr vists he expressed some concern at a globulin or glucose level but didn't share any reall information.. Could I be a diabetic and not know it.. if so how long is it possible to have a condition like that without knowing...
I know it's possible to be afflicted with something your entire life and not know you have that condition . (example) I have just reallized over the last 3 months I have had ADD, ADHD, OCD, Dislexia to name a few from the time I was vary young. Although I have never been formaly diagnoused with them to this date, I reallize that i do have them.
Could anyone give me any insieght?

Desperate for anwers SKYHALK172

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  • Hello Sky,Well you could make an appointment with your doctor and request an A1C test for Diabetes, if you are Diabetic I believe the A1C test would tell you. Sadly I don't know a whole lot about Diabetes but this sounds like it could be high/low blood sugar, not sure which...Have you read anything about Hypoglycemia? Best Wishes,Samantha
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