|Stan Stepanic wrote:|
|It sounds highly likely yes. You need to have a glucose tolerance test or perform it yourself if you can. By the way, not sure if this is going to work, but: Ð¾ÑÐºÑÐ´Ð° Ð²Ñ?|
|Hi and greetings from Eastern Europe.
Sorry for my broken english, i will try to explain my problem the best i can, and hopefully get any help from a more experienced hypoglycemic sufferers.
It all started around 8 months ago, when i developed severe dizziness, confusion and depression. I had only those symptoms at that time, and went to check my blood. According to the test everything was fine except the glucose level which was 3.7 mmol/L and normal level is 3.9 - 6.4.
In the last 4 months i developed more serious symptoms, that are really ruining my life. Those are:
1. Shaking of the body
2. Lots of nervous
3. Problem with speech. Low voice and making mistakes in pronouncing words.
6. Become very quiet person. Feel bored all the time. Can't even talk to my closest friends, family. I think everything is pointless.
7. Strange walking
8. Feeling im doing faces like nerd.
Due to all these symptoms, i developed some sort of anxiety. I'm always nervous when i have to go to shops, or talk to people i don't know. Also i want to mention that im 23 years old, and before this i never had this problem. I actually, enjoyed going out, making friends etc.
I would like to know if i should address this problem as hypoglycemic and threat it that way, or my problem is something else.