|Stan Stepanic wrote:|
|A doctor huh? That solves everything! Don't listen to them, I can see that with IBS and chronic fatigue they're already not taking you seriously and don't have a clue what they're doing. Those are dust bin diagnoses, nothing more, can't be proven and just ease the doctor's troubles by pushing you out the door with worthless advice or pills. Sad thing is, lame theories like this have been around for decades. Definitely sounds like hypoglycemia is your problem. What test for diabetes did they give you? You need to have a glucose tolerance test, and if you did I need to know what the readings were and how the test was administered before I can help.|
|Also go get cheacked out for PCOS, I had almost the exsact same problem. It will not show up in the GTT but will with insulin levels tested too.
Hypoglycemia is never always as simple as one thinks, there can be other medical problems behind it.
|Yes it does, I had majour problems with low blood suger, and you can have normal cycles too. Its all related to insulin resistence, its what happens when one produces to much insulin. It took reading a forum to find that out as doctors are not very aware.
Hope you find out what your problem is, good luck.