Posted by: AMANDA | 2005/07/05


Hello Doc

I would like to know if you have been diagnosed via a blood test that your blood sugar levels are very low, is it normal to feel very tired and dizzy and also feel nausia(occationally), and what can I do to feel better, I had a underactive tyriod as well, but for the last 6 months the levels has normalised according to the blood test done.

Thank you amanda

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Amanda, the symptoms you suffer from may fit in with low blood sugar. Mail me at and I’ll send you something I wrote on the subject. Good luck.

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Posted by: Joanne | 2005/07/06

eat more protein in the morning, i'm having a smoothie with yoghurt, milk, a handful of bran and a banana all chucked in - try eggs if you can

keep glucose powder around and drink some in water

though some say you cannot be like this unless you are diabetic - but my level is normally around 2-3 and when it "shoots" to 7 I feel odd, but for others it is normal - i even get diabetic breath when it is a normal persons reading

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