I have had reactive hypoglycemia for a couple of years and cut out sugar completely which helped ...then i went to mexico and got some virus got checked out and a diagnosis of post infectious IBS ...that could be totally unrelated but in order to help that my diet became even more strict.. i no longer eat wheat, dairy, or nuts and still do not eat any sugar ...no juice, no sweets no cereal nothing..even limiting fruit ...but even though my diet is the best its ever been my reactive hypoglycemic attacks have gotten worse and cant seem to be controlled ..its put me in hospital a couple of times and now its happening eveyday.. i get shaky, dizzy, nauseous, blurry vission, i urinate frequently, i have rapid heart beat and palpitations, loss of concentration, almost feels like being on weird bad drugs and my hands shake and usually takes a couple of hours to come out of it and sometimes i can do nothing but go somehwere and fall asleep..sometimes wakes me up at night..this is becoming debilitating as i cant go out becuase i feel un well i have missed a lot of school and work and i have been through sooo many tests i dont know what to do....i am 20 years old not overweight and do not have history of diabetes in my family and take no medication....i have been checked for diabetes and nothing came up but why isnt my diet working for reactive hypoglycemia?? i make sure to eat lots of protien and veggies ...could my hypoglycemia be turning into diabetes??? can they miss it on a test??Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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