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[IP] re: low feelings, not readings



Now I know there are certain things about lows that
can be pretty obviously only a low (e.g., shakiness,
numb lips/tongue, cold) if you still have hypoglycemic
awareness (ability to sense a low). But some symptoms
of low BGs overlap with those of high BG...like being
crabby, sweaty/clammy, headaches, soemtimes being
flushed, feeling tired, confusion, change in breathing
and/or heart rate, nausea...and both can lead to
unconsciousness. The reasons for the symptoms are
different, but some can feel similar....esp'ly the
headache for me. YMMV. 
kat

Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 13:14:57 -0400
From: "Jessica Roth" <email @ redacted>
Subject: [IP] low feelings, not readings.

I have woken in the middle of the night the past two
nights feeling 
very 
low.  However after testing, I was not low at all.  In
fact I was 
slightly 
high.  The first night it was about 3am and I was 180.
 Last night I 
woke up 
at 5am and was 157.  Pre bed readings each night were
in the normal 
range, 
as were readings in the morning.

Is there any explanation for why I'm waking up feeling
extremely low?

Thanks
Jess



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