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Sensitive Blood Sugar Feeling

in by person011
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I was wondering if anyone on here has to really watch when they eat protein vs carbs due to your blood sugar feeling really sensitive? My values will not go that high or low (I check), but if it gets to like 115 (too high for me) I will feel really sick. And then if it is normal even like 80-90 I will feel like it is low. It happens all the time and it never did before I was diagnosed with all these autoimmune issues. I have done the blood glucose test and the results were fine. I can never ever eat an apple by itself or I will pay for it. Also in the morning I can only have strict protein until like 10 am. If I eat something with carbs in it before that I will have trouble all day. And it bothers me a lot because I have to run out of school often due to it because one min I will be fine and the next I feel like I am going to die and have to eat. This happens even if I stuff myself to the limit…..I can only go 1-2 hours with nothing.


About person011

Conditions: Autoimmune hepatitis, Celiac Disease, Hashimoto's thyroid disease

Treatment: Vitamins, herbs, and/or supplements, Gluten free

Age: 25-34

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3 Answers

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Wow! That's sensitive. I haven't experienced that, but would love to know if others have. What does your dr say?

Gretchen
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About Me:

Conditions:

Hashimoto's thyroid disease

Doctors seen:

MD – specialist

Treatment:

Prescription medication/shots

Children:

3

Age:

45-54
Answered on April 29, 2013

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I have the same things happening. The only way I've found to help mine is to stay pretty close to a diabetic diet and eat at least every 2 hours. When I cheat and eat something with a high sugar content I get a headache and feel tired then when the sugar starts to wear off I start shaking real bad and get nauseated. When on steroids my fasting glucose has went up to 157 but off steroids and normally it runs in the 90s and the least little drop produces symptoms with me. There is a condition in which people can be pre diabetic - just crazy glucoses and symptoms. Diabetes can be caused from a variety of things with your body including autoimmune disease anyway a diabetic diet works well for mine

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Answered on April 29, 2013

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The doctors blow it off like I am full of it. It is just very very very frustrating especially as a student. I cannot tell you how many times I had to rush through a quiz or something because in the middle of it I will become really shaky. And It makes it very difficult for me to get through standardized exams and I have a 9 hour one coming up in 2 months. Yeah I basically eat a ton of protein and dairy and nuts. But when people don't understand that I hate leaving the house because I never ever know when it will happen

person011
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About Me:

Conditions:

Autoimmune hepatitis, Celiac Disease, Hashimoto's thyroid disease

Treatment:

Vitamins, herbs, and/or supplements, Gluten free

Age:

25-34
Answered on April 29, 2013

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