There is a lot of confusion amongst the public regarding hypoglycemia. Relative hypoglycemia is where there is a drop in glucose levels, but not below a specific cutoff of 2.5 on a lab glucose, and this is managed by choosing low GI foods. True hypoglycemia(less than 2.5 at lab) is a medical condition that requires a proper diagnosis and treatment plan. With your low blood pressure and borderline glucose, I would suggest having your cortisol status assessed, as this could potentially account for your symptoms. If fine then suggest seeing an endocrinologist for a proper assessment.
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