I have been dealing with black outs and dizziness for a year now. I have the black outs so bad that I wake up but can not function because its like I am still out of it but I can see I just can not move for three to five minutes. I told my doctors about this and they said that my A1C was good and my blood sugar also. But when they do the test I feel fine then, so I am now testing myself four times a day and notice I have a very low blood sugar of the morning and sometimes all day long. I have also been battling a very bad staph infection that is the MRSA type for a year now. I have been hospitalized four times in this past year with it. I had it so bad a month and a half ago that I had to be put in the ICU. I then spent two weeks there and was released with a pic line and cadd pump that was pumping the strongest medicine there is available right now. I had that pump for one month. My doctor said that my blood sugar was low because of the medicine I was on. My question is how can it be the medicine that I was on if I have been dealing with this for a year now and only took that medicine for a month and that was last month. I also would like some information on diabeties and the effects it has with infections and if diabeties causes you to be more likely to get infections specially staph, MRSA infection.
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