My wife has diabetes and experiences drops in her blood sugar level that can be rapid. It can happen after she exercises, eats or even is just sitting. It use to be at the same time a day but it happen at unpredictable. I have the supplies needed to bring it back into a healthy range.
I have had a long road ahead in finding out and understanding what in the body's function causes the sugar in the blood to drop. It seems like a simple question but so far no matter who I ask no has an answer, no matter what their specialty of training is. I couldn't even get answer from her Endocrinologist but no luck there. I'm not going to give up though. I can't believe that all that is known of the functioning of the physical body that this would not be known. Is the liver filtering the sugar out of the blood, is it the pancreas, the intestine, what. what is removing the sugar from the blood and why. What is the trigger that causes this action. Saying it is diabetes is not a complete answer. Does the disease cause an enzyme to trigger the organ to remove/dump the sugar out of the blood. Is there multiple causes? If so, what are they? To me it seem like a straight forward and simple question, but no one as been able to describe how and what is happen inside the body when the sugar is removed/dumped from the blood. Why is it so rapid?
Can you help me find an answer or at least get me in touch with someone who can help me
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