I have almost had to call an ambulance twice in the past couple of months because my glucose level drops like a rock for no good reason. I check before I eat supper, and it's usually between 110 and 120. I use the amount of insulin I've been directed to use, and eat the usual amount of food. Usually my reading will go up to almost 200, then come back down to around 140 in a couple of hours. However, upon occasion it will drop TOO much, as I've said, for no apparent reason. Tuesday night is dropped to 46. One night it dropped to 13. I never feel it doing that until something tells me "something's wrong!" When it went to 13, my vision went white. That's all I could see - white. When it fell to 46 I felt like my insides were burning.
Has anyone got similar experiences? Does anyone know why this happens?
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