First of all, please forgive me for my poor english, as I'm from Germany… From time to time I encounter heavy hypoglycemia but I get more sensible to feel when my glucose level gets too low. Yesterday I got ONE Caipirinha in the evening and when I drink alcohol, like vodka, combined with sweet juice or things like that, I get to sleep with a normal blood glucose, but I'm really low when I wake up, so I took a little dextrose. This Morning I got a hypoglycemia, not too low, 64 mg/dl, usually I don't see that as hypoglycemia, but my wife tried to wake me up and I didn't react. After I got awake, I got really aggressive and I had the impression as if my wife wanted to tell me I'm in a hypoglycemic shock although I was sure I were not. I shouted and got more and more aggressive and my wife called the ambulance. When the paramedics arrived, I got more calm and was afraid of my own aggression I had. The made a glucose test, still 64 mg/dl and told me to have breakfast, there isn't any other Thing necessary to do. As I'm afraid I get more aggressive the more hypoglycemias I get (Years ago it didn't turn out this way, have diabetes now for 31 years), I would like to know if there are others who encountered the same development and hopefully some of you can help getting out of this 'trap'!
Thank you for your answers and good luck and a nice day to all of you!
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