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Hypoglycemia

I have been waking up with very low blood sugars and realize that I am no longer symptomatic when low. Are these lows harmful?

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I think my daughter has hypoglycemia. What can I do? Would “azole” drugs help?

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My five year old often wakes during the night and is screaming, confused and sweating. During the day, we give her a snack and she is fine. Could this be hypoglycemia?

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Since his diagnosis of ADHD, my grandson’s blood sugars have been running low. Are there any medications that don’t cause lack of appetite? Do you have any other suggestions?

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Although I eat heartily, I sometimes go low after mountain biking. How can I prevent this? If I reduce my insulin prior to exercising, to avoid the lag effect, would I lost weight? I want to gain muscle.

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When my young son experienced his first low recently, it was very scary. He said he was seeing monsters, snakes, ghosts, etc. Is this normal?

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Born with transient neonatal diabetes, my two-year-old no longer requires insulin. Today, her blood sugar was 1.2 mmol/L [22 mg/dl]. For a nondiabetic, is this still hypoglycemia?

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Is there a protocol for an insulin pump user to follow after using glucagon to work sugars back down prudently without causing another low sugar?

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If a Lantus injection were injected directly into a vein, could the Lantus start working immediately and cause a person to go low?

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I am the stepmother of a four year old with type 1 diabetes. During the last 10 months, her mother has dropped her blood sugar below 70 mg/dl [3.9 mmol/L] over 85 times. How many lows are okay? What complications will all these lows cause? We have heard that a lot of lows can cause learning problems.

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