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  What do you or your child use most often to treat hypoglycemia?  
      Glucose tablets  
  30%     33  
      Glucose gel or liquid  
  2%     2  
      Juice, soda, or milk  
  48%     53  
      Honey or cake gel  
  0%      0  
      Hard candy (Lifesavers, etc.)  
  3%     3  
      Other  
  17%     19  

Total votes: 110
 

What do you or your child most often use to treat hypoglycemia?

Poll dates: October 24 - 31, 2012
Total Votes: 110

Just about half (48%) of people who responded to this poll treat hypoglycemia with juice, soda, or milk. Commercial glucose tablets are used by 30%. We're not sure what the 17% "other" is -- please use our feedback form to let us know.

These percentages have remained about the same over the years, according to our previous polls:

Answer   Oct 2012   Oct 2011   Oct 2010   Oct 2009   Oct 2008   Oct 2007   Oct 2006   Oct 2005   Feb 2004   Jan 2003   Oct 2001   Jan 1999
Glucose tablets (DEX4, etc.)   30%   26%   25%   22%   24%   22%   22%   20%   19%   20%   23%   19%
Glucose gel or liguid (MonoGel, Insta-Glucose, etc.)   2%   1%   2%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%
Juice, soda, or milk   48%   54%   53%   60%   54%   58%   61%   61%   62%   65%   62%   64%
Honey or cake gel   0%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   1%   2%
Hard candy (Lifesavers, etc.)   3%   5%   4%   5%   5%   5%   4%   7%   6%   6%   6%   6%
Other   17%   13%   15%   8%   11%   8%   8%   6%   8%   5%   5%   5%

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