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All Discussions Tagged 'hypoglycemia' (76)

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Lows and how to treat them

I was wondering how everyone deals with a low. Do you eat a certain amount of carbs and wait for it to come up. I'm having really bad lows…

Started by Alisha

40 on Tuesday
Reply by Linny

What do you eat when your blood sugar is low?

I've been eating those God-awful chalky (but life-saving!) glucose tablets for years now, and they do a good job, but I'm getting sick of t…

Started by Alicia

5 Apr 8
Reply by xring

What's scarier: low blood sugar or high blood sugar?

When I say "low blood sugar" I mean a severe hypo, like below 60 mg/dl (and in my case, 40 mg/dl and even 30 mg/dl!). And when I say "high…

Started by Alicia

15 Apr 8
Reply by phoenixbound

What do you do about hypoglycemia unawareness?

I know I don't have hypoglycemia unawareness, so it hasn't come to that (yet). But, I'm a little nervous. I've had type 1 diabetes for many…

Started by Alicia

12 Apr 7
Reply by phoenixbound

Something in the Water?

So now a nurse from my husband's PCP office called and said his A1c is 6.2 and he should eat less carbs and no more than 2000 calories a da…

Started by Lilli

11 Mar 28
Reply by Lilli

Chicago Area Research Study Type 1 Diabetes

We are looking for volunteers with type 1 diabetes who are between the ages of 18 and 40 years to participate in a research study at the Un…

Started by vanessa.hofer

2 Mar 26
Reply by Terry

Are my number too high already? When to start insulin?

I think I haven't opened my own thread here yet, although I find you people here most helpful (compared to other forums), by far. I've been…

Started by krisa

45 Jan 11
Reply by pancreaswanted

How to stay calm during a low and how often do you have one

How do you react when you are rapidly dropping or low? I tend to freak out. Any ideas on how to stay calm? How often do you have a low?

Started by LiL MaMa

37 Jan 10
Reply by mohe0001

No Signs of Low Blood Sugar

I have had type one diabetes for 6 years now. My blood sugar doesn't go low very often but when it has I have always felt the symptoms. The…

Started by Christina

8 Jan 6
Reply by Patti

Lows....Running the Train!

So am I the only one that thinks, "oh I can do this." I was in range after lunch, went and taught my course, then stopped to do a couple er…

Started by Zoe

50 Dec 28, 2014
Reply by Zoe




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