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insulin dependent, low blood pressure, fatigue, vegas nerve damage, arrhythmia, stomach pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 17, 2014
  • 05:25 PM

My husband is an insulin dependent diabetic (Brittle)for over 30 yrs. He is now 70 yrs. old. Recently his blood pressure has been running low & he becomes very weak in his extremities. Has been diagnosed with a possible vegas nerve damage & his digestion is extremely slow. In his history he has had stomach ulcers & gerd. His blood readings are very unstable & can run from as low as 20 to over 300. Has never passed out from this or the light headedness he gets when rising. Anyone have some advise or think they know the causes of any of this would be very helpful. Thank You. V.Larson

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