I don't know if this has much to do with diabetes because it's only happened twice (August 07 and December 07) The first time it happened, I went pale, went between warm and cool, had fuzzy vision that was white that hazed kind of thick over what I was looking at, and my stomach felt funny. I wasn't aware that I started sitting. I drank some water and the symptoms disappeared as quickly as they came. I was completely fine before hand and had eaten maybe two hours before which was breakfast. None of it came back so the total time was around 10-15 minutes. The second time I had some of the same symptoms and a few extra. I was at school the second time and I was already sitting when it happened. My head felt a little funny and so did my stomach like the first time it happened. I went pale and I was really warm. My teacher's voice changed slightly. (kind of like when your ear pops but without the pop and slightly less of a blocking in noise) His voice seemed to be a little lower too. I went to the water fountain, drank cold water for around five minutes, came back in and I felt okay, but started to shiver. I was wearing a sweater. I found out that I still had a fever that was at 100 degrees. I was like that from Friday to Saturday, but on Saturday, my stomach was the only thing that felt bad and I puked. That day, I had eaten around four hours before. I was just mostly wondering what could of happened the first time. The second time was linked with a one day stomach flu. If this has nothing to do with Diabetes, sorry about that. It was a suggestion my mom had since I had gotten thirsty both times.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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