I just had three the other day too....one of course at 5 am. I hate the 5 am ones. that last hour of sleep is so crucial...by the time you're done with the fast heart rate and the bad dreams, you cant get back to sleep! And I"ve had those that make me cry too...in front of alot of people...
i think i kind of disagree with you,if you are hypo and don't feel it,it does'nt mean it isn't their
nor it's complications.
you have the same chances of blacking out when you're aware just as you are
when you are unaware,and maybe less if you count that when you know it's their you can treat it
you know,people who have neurogical problems and can't sense with their feet,they don't feel anything wrong
only their is something wrong!they can't feel
but i think i sort of got your point :) ,but me seeming fine,doesn't mean it's fine,it's still their,only you can't see it
i am sorry if you think my response was kind of offensive.really,i am not trying to smart or anything,it's just an opinio :)
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