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Within the past six months or so it seems I have been having these "blackouts" where I have anywhere from 20 minutes to three hours of no recollection of a part of the day. It has happened about a half dozen or so times, these last couple at work. My co-worker told me I was asked to send a simple email, which is something that I do multiple times on a daily basis, and I could not figure out how to send one. I spent a half hour in front of the computer trying to figure this out. I don't remember any of this, but he asked me many times if my blood sugar was OK and I told him it was fine. I know that it was right around 50 or so for a chunk of the day. I knew I should have popped a glucose tablet or two, but I just kept getting lost in time and getting pre-occupied. I can realize during some of these times that I can get confused very easily and am extremely short tempered. But I don't realize till my BG is back up that I said some of things I said and I can't figure out how I could not send the simple email. My question here is this related to the diabetes, and if so, I would appreciate some feedback with some stories of you guys coping with this, and how you took on the situation to fix this. Thanks everyone!