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Ok 2weeks ago went to hospital becuz I couldn't breath and had chest pains. I'm 28.they ran all the tests and said they couldn't finde nothing wrong and said I had a kidney dysfunction.now every time i have those same pains I eat and stops for a short period of time but as I was saying now it like both sides hurt constantly but not to where I can't do daily functions.sometimes my blood pressure fluctuates since I have left the hospital in is always over 120 when it does so I thought that was the problem today I started taking blood samples since my uncle is diabetic and has been the machine one day I tested myself I was 168 and I haven't ate anything that day it was just the afternoon I missed breakfast another day I was 66 and feel like a whole different person with a painful chest a few days after that I woke up and come see you for at least 2 to 3 minutes Vision was too blurry had to close eyes and wait for at least five minutes. yesterday I ate at 11 I am test myself at 5 and 198


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replied April 18th, 2016
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Hi! Thanks for your query on eHealth Forum!

You have fluctuating blood sugars and low blood sugar of 66 can also cause chest pains. You need a detailed examination for diabetes—fasting and PP sugar, GTT, urine sugar, urine micro-albumin (if kidney affection is suspected), and other such tests. Please eat small meals regularly, and pay attention to what you are eating. Discuss with your treating doctor please. Hope this helps. Take care.


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