For the past 3 years i have had a problem if i dont eat every 2-3 hours. When it first started the symptoms wernt as strong as they are now. I have scene my doctor
and he has tested me for diabetes and hormone problems but they all came back clear.
My symptoms are
shaking (it looks a little worse than a shiver)
my eyes dont wanna focus properly all the time but it feels like they cant when i get those symtoms
pain in right side of my stomach sometimes not just if i havent eaten
and all of that gets worse when i get my period the time frame between a meal and when those symptoms occur will shorten when i have my period
and sometimes eating doesnt make them better
I know all these symptoms point to diabetes but i have been tested on 3 different occasions but all came back no diabetes
this weekend on saturday was the worst one ive ever had and would have gone to the hospital if i hadnt have fallen asleep.
Saturday morning i had spaghetti on toast for breakfast and apple at about 10:30 and a sandwich and yoghurt for lunch around 12 and then i got busy and at 4 i began
to get all the symptoms so i had another sadnwich but that didnt work so at 5 i had my dinner and that again didnt work and i feel asleep. (i had my period on the weekend)
I am 23, Female i weight 59kg and im 5'3 (perfect weight range). Im a smoker but i dont drink alchohol or do any drugs.
Before anybody suggests this because i know this is a common suggestion for some reason i have not been bitten by a tick at any point in my life.
I live in a city region and dont do any activities wear you would normally find ticks i have no trees or plants in my area (live in a high rise apartment)
i forgot to mention i never eat white bread because it makes me too tired so i eat wholegrain and the yoghurt was a small strawberry yoghurt
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