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That is nothing to write off or play around with. See your doctor before things get more serious.
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That has happened to me a few times, I was clammy, nauseous and almost past out, my Dr. said my BG dropped bc I did not eat enough.....it is a very awful feeling and takes hours to fully go away.
How scary! You probably need to check with a doctor about that!
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I'm sure you've all heard of having a sugar high WELL today my sugar dropped I'm sure to levels I don't even want to find out about.
Around 12:15 I took my granddaughter across town (trust me - takes 10 minutes to get across town) to someone I met on a yahoo group years ago. She offered something on the freebiecycle that I was going to go pick up. I know sooner drove into her driveway when I could tell my blood sugars were dropping. We made it back out of her house and as I started to back up I knew this was going to be a bumpy ride home. Told my granddaughter we're going to stop one blood over and Nana was going to get taco or something (taco bell was on the corner). I drove into the driveway and drove out of the place in the back - my granddaughter saying NANA there's a parking spot. I was so unfocued I could barely see where to drive.
I made it across the street to one of those Duke & Duchess gas station/stores. Was able to get me a chocolate bar - inhaled that and then just sat and waited. Half hour later we were on the way back home (and stopped to pick up her free Pizza Hut personal pan pizza).
I never ever want to go through another experience like that ... I'm still a bit wobbly on my feet.
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