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What do you take when you get low blood sugar symptoms?

A: I can only speak for myself when I say that I drink a little bit of milk oreat a graham cracker when my sugar is low. You should consult your doctoror dietician for their professional opinion. Good Luck!Sincerely,Mary Beth I''ve heard peanut butter on a cracker will fix you right up. I cope by eating protein every two hours or so. I dump on milk so that''s anon-starter for me, but I have used protein shakes (find one you like - I''mOK with ketoshakes from Healthy Ways). The first couple of months may berough as your body is readjusting. I''m having less problem now that I amoff all the meds. (Pre op I was taking 4 shots a day and three oral meds, Ileft the hospital still on insulin (1 shot a day) went to orals twice a dayafter a month, once...


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Is low blood pressure a low blood sugar symptom?

A: Afternoon Elbadinelia: Thank you for asking dLife, however, I`m inclined to believe this was a coincidence. Variables which affect blood glucose levels are grouped primarily into -food, physical activity, stress, and illness?.. not just insulin. "Sleepy/tired/light headedness is/are some of the adjectives used to describe warning signs of low blood glucose. Immediate treatment is suggested in the event of blurry vision, a dry mouth, a headache, or a pounding heart. However, your own individual response cannot be discounted. Generally, lows are due to :too little foodmeals skipped/delayedchange in exercise programs to longer than usualillnessalcohol on an empty stomachor too much insulin...


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Why does my number drop so low after a 1.5 mile walk? 25 minutes I get readings of 40 to 50 and have all of the low blood sugar symptoms

A: Exercise will usually bring blood sugars down, even sometimes for several hours after the exercise period. This is a good thing, and I applaud your efforts!! You do, however have to compensate for this increase in activity by increasing your meal or snack befor walking. If you take a snack with some carbs and some protein prior to your walk, this would be helpful....


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seizure disorder and low blood sugar symptoms

A: are you sure it''s not the other way around? low blood sugar causing seizures? I''ve got type I diabetes and TLE. low blood sugars can cause seizures but if you have seizures, it raises your blood sugar level. What kind of meter do you use? Are you sure you have it coded right? Every time you get new strips, you need to check the code number on the strips and change it on the meter if it wasn''t the same as the old strips. I''ve used those dumb machines for too many years not to know a lot about them. Good luck and you''ll be in my prayers. Cherarole, I know for sure it''s not

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Does atenolol ever cause low blood sugar?

A: You should inform your health care provide if you think you''re having a problem with your blood sugar. low blood sugar levels have been reported in people taking atenolol (Tenormin) and other beta-blockers. This side effect is more common in infants, children, and people with kidney disease or diabetes. low blood sugar levels are also more likely to occur in people who are fasting, such as before surgery or after prolonged exercise. symptoms of low blood sugar can vary; examples of early

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What Is low blood sugar?

A: low blood sugar, from a medical perspective, is called hypoglycemia and refers to low blood serum glucose levels. Glucose is the ''sugar'' which is low in this case, and when it drops below 70 mg per deciliter of blood, a person is concerned hypoglycemic. People may also use the term low blood sugar much more casually to express hunger, or feelings of faintness or irritation that come over them when they skip meals. Some people will feel a little nauseous if they don''t eat regularly and may...
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How Can I Manage low blood sugar In Pregnancy?

A: One of the best ways for managing low blood sugar in pregnancy may be to eat several small meals every day. Most doctors additionally recommend that these small meals consist of lots of healthy things, such as whole grains, vegetables, and fruits. It may also be a good idea to incorporate some lean meat, such as chicken, into some of your meals. Dairy products are additionally considered beneficial during pregnancy by most doctors, and may be best when consumed in the form of low-fat yogurt and reduced fat milk. You should also keep something very sweet, such as a candy bar or can of soda, on hand at all times in the event of severe low blood...


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low blood sugar or Diabetes?

A: diabetes... What is Diabetes Diabetes means that your blood glucose (often called blood sugar) is too high. Your blood always has some glucose in it because your body needs glucose for energy to keep you going. But too much glucose in the blood isn''t good for your health. Glucose comes from the food you eat and is also made in your liver and muscles. Your blood carries the glucose to all the cells in your body. Insulin is a chemical (a hormone) made by the pancreas. The pancreas releases insulin into the blood. Insulin helps the glucose from food get into your cells. If your body doesn''t make enough insulin or if...


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Why do I get so dizzy? low blood sugar?

A: always havce a candy or chocolate in ur pocket. beware my friend low blood sugar is much more bad that high blood sugar and can lead to coma and in bad cases death. so have a high sugar meals. This actually sounds more like low blood pressure to me. A BS of 54 is low, but you hadn''t eaten for 4 hours, and had a low calorie shake. It could''ve been as simple as that. I think you should evaluate with a doctor to be sure you''re not hypoglycemic (you could have BS issues w/o necessarily being diabetic), but I wouldn''t be terribly alarmed about...


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What are the risks of low blood sugar(hypoglycemia)?

A: You need to keep on hand some fast-acting type of glucose that would raise your level when it gets low. symptoms of low-blood sugar include sweating, clamy feeling, shaky, sleepiness, and real lethargic not able to remember anything. My grandmothers got down to 30 and tried given her oj and other things to bring it up, but we had to call 911 and let them take her to the ER, hers went down to 14--she went into diabetic coma---stayed in hospital for about 3 days and they got her stablilized and she did fine. What is your carb intake per meal? Most of us are to eat between 45-60gms of carbohydrates per meal. If you are eating this amount, you should be alright. If you...


 
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