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From Plainfield, Illinois, USA:

I sweat a lot more than people I know, and I read that this might have something to do with my hypoglycemia.


Unless your glucose is less than 50 mg/dl [2.8 mmol/L], your hypoglycemia is probably not pathological. Stress, hunger, etc. can make you sweat and feel like you are low when you really are not.


Original posting 11 Apr 2002
Posted to Diagnosis and Symptoms and Hypoglycemia


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