Here's a question...When I eat sweets...Like sugary foods or pudding...I feel dizzy and tired not long after I eat them (which is not often). Could this be a sign of diabetes or hypoglycemia....???Please help!! Mad
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replied November 28th, 2003
Sugary Foods And Dizzyness
Sounds like you have a problem with blood sugar sounds more like when my blood sugar gets too low.Cool
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replied December 8th, 2003
What you discribe is how I feel during a sugar high. However, as you may have noticed jim feels this way when he is low. Sometime you get similar systoms for both high and low sugars. Also no two people are a like. You should check it out with you'r doctor. Best of luck, kelly
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replied April 29th, 2019
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
Hypoglycemia is unlikely because if it was there it would be to any food. Consult endocrinologist for further evaluation.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Khan
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