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From Ellensburg, Washington, USA:

My husband is really careful watching his blood sugar, but with everything we do, he still has had five seizures in the last 18 months. Where can I learn more about seizures?


Are the seizures from low sugars? If so, your husband needs to work closely with his physician to avoid hypoglycemia. If the seizures are not related to low blood sugars, you need to speak more to your physician.


Original posting 11 Sep 2001
Posted to Hypoglycemia and Other Illnesses


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