Our expert says:
You may have an abnormal glucose metabolism problem, not necessarily diabetes. Please see your doctor for a fasting blood sugar and fasting insulin test - if needed they may need to do a glucose tolerance test too. These symtoms could be caused by a spike in insulin causing a quick fall in blood sugar.
In the mean time, try eating like a diabetic ( low GI, high fibre, low fat foods, and snacks inbetween meals - like an apple, and two provitas with cheese)
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