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Question:

From Green Mountain, Iowa, USA:

I have been tested for hypoglycemia. They said that they couldn't find anything, but I had all the symptoms. What happens if someone with hypoglycemia has too much sugar?

Answer:

Symptoms of hypoglycaemia can be very non-specific, and symptoms that may be similar to hypoglycaemia may not be caused by it. If you are hypoglycaemic and have sugar to eat, then this will correct the hypoglycaemia. It will not have any adverse effect.

JS

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Original posting 9 Nov 2000
Posted to Hypoglycemia

  
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