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For 2 years, I thought that I (and my Family Care Doctor) thought that I was Diabetic even though numerous blood sugar tests were always normal.
I weaned myself off the Metformin, and doing much better today because that medication was actually raising my insulin higher and making me more weaker.
I don't eat enough, and when I do, it's not enough of healthy foods. When I wake up in the morning, the last thing I feel like doing is eating.
Is this common, do other people with epilepsy have dangerously low appetites?
So we left there and stopped and got her a bite to eat. Like others, my blood sugar was always tested in the normal range and I was bounced back and forth from my Neurologist to my Endocrinologist who even put me on Metformin 1000mg (Diabetes meds), and the low sugar symptoms INCREASED!
Then I went into the store to get some paper towels and toilet paper and a few things and all of a sudden I had these tingles all over my body. Anyway, I decided to do my own research, and Hypoglycemia.com's staff informed me that Epilepsy creates chemical imbalances within your body such as low blood sugar.
Here's some basic start up info: Hypoglycemia is thought by some in the medical community to be a precursor to diabetes; it may indicate an early metabolic problem.
I have noticed a realtion between these two though.
If I need to eat and I wait, in the mornings man it is ten times worse than in the evening time.
It is good to see that I am not as nutty as I thought I was and that other people are experiencing some of the same symptoms as me.
Thanks I don't need to see blood test results about my blood sugar, when I have a seizure, I know it's low.
that I have taken since then, and kinda understand why Epilepsy may cause chemical imbalances.