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In this Video We Will Discuss What are hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, and how can they affect my pregnancy? Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia are both common in women with preexisting diabetes. Hypoglycemia occurs when blood glucose levels are too low. When blood glucose levels are low, your body cannot get the energy it needs. Don't forget to Subscribe our Channel on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfb... For For Videos Follow Us on Twitter: Diabetes During Pregnancy Symptoms, Risks And Treatment https://youtu.be/SNf01dFL1zY What Are The Risks Of Diabetes To My Unborn Child? https://youtu.be/N-aNwqGKQl4 What are Hypoglycemia and How They Affect Pregnancy? https://youtu.be/XUjn-16DmGY How Pre-existing Diabetes Treated During Pregnancy? https://youtu.be/vQjOzry8T_M Causes and Symptoms of Diabetes During Pregnancy https://youtu.be/OirB5FmhJ3Y Typically hypoglycemia is treated by eating or drinking something containing sugar, such as orange juice. Hyperglycemia is when your body doesn't have enough insulin or can't use insulin correctly. Typically hyperglycemia is treated by adjusting your insulin dosages.

Hypoglycemia

Print Overview Hypoglycemia is a condition characterized by an abnormally low level of blood sugar (glucose), your body's main energy source. Hypoglycemia is commonly associated with the treatment of diabetes. However, a variety of conditions, many of them rare, can cause low blood sugar in people without diabetes. Like fever, hypoglycemia isn't a disease itself — it's an indicator of a health problem. Immediate treatment of hypoglycemia involves quick steps to get your blood sugar level back into a normal range — about 70 to 110 milligrams per deciliter, or mg/dL (3.9 to 6.1 millimoles per liter, or mmol/L) — either with high-sugar foods or medications. Long-term treatment requires identifying and treating the underlying cause of hypoglycemia. Symptoms Similar to the way a car needs gas to run, your body and brain need a constant supply of sugar (glucose) to function properly. If glucose levels become too low, as occurs with hypoglycemia, it can cause these signs and symptoms: Heart palpitations Fatigue Pale skin Shakiness Anxiety Sweating Hunger Irritability Tingling sensation around the mouth Crying out during sleep As hypoglycemia worsens, signs and symptoms may include: Continue reading >>

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  1. jackeetran

    Sudden drop in blood sugar level...not sure why.

    Hi everyone,
    When I was diagnosed about a week ago, my dr. put me on Metformin 500mg (1 pill) 2x/day. Then my a1c results came in and she prescripted me Glipizide 10 mg 2x/day. Starting this past Friday, I was told to increase my Metformin to 2 pills 2x/day. For the past week, just trying to find the right foods to eat, my blood sugar has either gone up or down steadily depending on what I've eaten..which I figured would happen.
    This morning at around 10am (blood sugar was 139), I ate only leftover turkey meatballs with Reddiegg eggs and mushroom, tomato, garlic, and onion scramble for breakfast and a handful of pistachio nuts as a snack. At 1pm, I began to feel really tired and ended up napping until 2:30pm. I woke up and had an urge to pee...when I did, it was the longest one I've had for awhile. This alerted me to test my blood sugar and it was 74! While I know this was in the realm of a normal blood sugar level, is this a cause for concern? Is it because of the increase of medication? Should I now be more aware since my medication has increased?
    I was told by the dietician that if my blood sugar drops, but is still greater than 70 mg/dl, I cannot treat it since it's my body's reaction to all of the sudden having a normal blood sugar level.
    Thanks for any advice that is given!

  2. furball64801

    For your breakfast you have very few carbs and glipizide could easily do that sounds like your body is going to respond to this med. You will hear from others either you have to adjust your diet or the glipizide and with the increased met you had a double whammy. So just check a bit more often and expect with a low carb meal that this could happen it might not each time thats the joy of diabetes.

  3. jackeetran

    Oops, I forgot to mention that I had half of a cup of yogurt and flax seeds along with the egg scramble...I'm sure that even with this taken into account, it is still low-carb. You're right about the low-carb thing ... I've been going low-carb and will start to reintroduce more carbs into my diet as I learn what I can eat. I'll attempt to have more carbs in the morning and at night when I have to take my meds.

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All About Hypoglycemia (low Blood Sugar)

Hypoglycemia refers to an abnormally low level of sugar, or glucose, in the blood. Hypoglycemia is not a disease in itself, it is a sign of a health problem. The brain uses a lot of energy and needs glucose to function. Because the brain cannot store or manufacture glucose, it needs a continuous supply. Signs of low blood sugar include hunger, trembling, heart racing, nausea, and sweating. Hypoglycemia is commonly linked with diabetes, but many other conditions can also cause low blood sugar. This article will discuss the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of hypoglycemia, and the difference between hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. We will also look at how to prevent it. Here are some key points about hypoglycemia. More detail is in the main article. Hypoglycemia is not a disease but a symptom of another condition. Early symptoms include hunger, sweating, and trembling. A common cause is diabetes. Alcohol abuse and kidney disorders can also lower blood sugar levels. What is hypoglycemia? Hypoglycemia is a condition where there is not enough glucose, or sugar, in the blood. Levels of blood sugar are below 4 mmol/L (72mg/dL). Adults and children with mild hypoglycemia may experience the Continue reading >>

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  1. jackeetran

    Sudden drop in blood sugar level...not sure why.

    Hi everyone,
    When I was diagnosed about a week ago, my dr. put me on Metformin 500mg (1 pill) 2x/day. Then my a1c results came in and she prescripted me Glipizide 10 mg 2x/day. Starting this past Friday, I was told to increase my Metformin to 2 pills 2x/day. For the past week, just trying to find the right foods to eat, my blood sugar has either gone up or down steadily depending on what I've eaten..which I figured would happen.
    This morning at around 10am (blood sugar was 139), I ate only leftover turkey meatballs with Reddiegg eggs and mushroom, tomato, garlic, and onion scramble for breakfast and a handful of pistachio nuts as a snack. At 1pm, I began to feel really tired and ended up napping until 2:30pm. I woke up and had an urge to pee...when I did, it was the longest one I've had for awhile. This alerted me to test my blood sugar and it was 74! While I know this was in the realm of a normal blood sugar level, is this a cause for concern? Is it because of the increase of medication? Should I now be more aware since my medication has increased?
    I was told by the dietician that if my blood sugar drops, but is still greater than 70 mg/dl, I cannot treat it since it's my body's reaction to all of the sudden having a normal blood sugar level.
    Thanks for any advice that is given!

  2. furball64801

    For your breakfast you have very few carbs and glipizide could easily do that sounds like your body is going to respond to this med. You will hear from others either you have to adjust your diet or the glipizide and with the increased met you had a double whammy. So just check a bit more often and expect with a low carb meal that this could happen it might not each time thats the joy of diabetes.

  3. jackeetran

    Oops, I forgot to mention that I had half of a cup of yogurt and flax seeds along with the egg scramble...I'm sure that even with this taken into account, it is still low-carb. You're right about the low-carb thing ... I've been going low-carb and will start to reintroduce more carbs into my diet as I learn what I can eat. I'll attempt to have more carbs in the morning and at night when I have to take my meds.

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CLICK HERE https://tinyurl.com/whatishypoglycemia What Is Hypoglycemia. A Self-help Book For Managing Hypoglycemia Associated With Diabetes Or For Other Reasons. What is hypoglycemia, treatment, hyperglycemia, normal blood sugar range, blood glucose, all covered! low blood sugar treatment - emergency low blood sugar treatment! how to treat low blood sugar (aka save a diabetic's life). treating low blood sugar | hypoglycemia | nucleus health. watch the video to learn more about low blood sugar remedies and feel healthier as the days go by! quick carbohydrate guide for treating low blood sugars.. you are at risk of having a low blood sugar reaction if you:.. however the low blood sugar is an uncomfortable phase and it is important to be out of the situation as early as possible. the instant treatment of low sugar in bloodstream is to have something sweet preferable with table sugar in it. excessive insulin or strenuous exercise and insufficient food are the prime reasons of low blood sugar... food groups to consume in low blood sugar:.. watch this video for some quick and easy recipes to help you recover from low blood sugar! the management of low blood sugar starts with knowing the symptoms of low blood sugar and by understanding that why it occurs says dr. your family friends teachers and sitters need to know the signs of low blood sugar too. with a low blood sugar level you may have trouble doing simple things. almost every person using insulin will have a low blood sugar reaction at some time. if you are a diabetic or you have a family member or friend with diabetes it is so important to know how to properly treat a low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia). this over-reaction will create a drop in blood sugar. 5 warning low blood sugar symptoms - dangerous blood sugar level. what does low blood sugar feel like? important: if you have frequent low blood sugars speak to your doctor. the liver normally makes glycogen which is stored sugar and releases it between meals to stabilize low blood sugar and having damaged liver can lessen this function causing more low blood sugar problems. berg talks about low blood sugars intermittent fasting and your liver. so when you have low blood sugar this is the time when you have hypoglycemia and you might show hypoglycemia symptoms like feeling dizzy irritable craving for sweet thirsty depressed etc. if your adrenals are weak then it's hormones don't efficiently counter low blood sugars. at the same time take precautions not to over treat your low blood sugar. common low blood sugar symptoms (hypoglycemia) are:. aspen has to have an emergency treatment after her lowest blood sugar ever. watch this video to learn how to raise low blood sugar levels. hypoglycemia or low blood sugar level needs immediate attention as it may lead to complications if not treated in time. how to treat low blood sugar | foods & healthy recipes. Emergency low blood sugar treatment! How to treat low blood sugar (aka save a diabetic's life). How to treat low blood sugar | foods & healthy recipes. Low blood sugar remedies. So let us try treating low blood sugar levels sensibly and safely. Watch the video to learn more about low blood sugar remedies and feel healthier as the days go by! If you are a diabetic or you have a family member or friend with diabetes it is so important to know how to properly treat a low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia). The management of low blood sugar starts with knowing the symptoms of low blood sugar and by understanding that why it occurs says dr. The management of low blood sugar starts with knowing the symptoms of low blood sugar and by understanding that why it occurs says dr. Excessive insulin or strenuous exercise and insufficient food are the prime reasons of low blood sugar... The instant treatment of low sugar in bloodstream is to have something sweet preferable with table sugar in it. However the low blood sugar is an uncomfortable phase and it is important to be out of the situation as early as possible.

Low Blood Sugar (hypoglycaemia)

A low blood sugar, also called hypoglycaemia or a "hypo", is where the level of sugar (glucose) in your blood drops too low. It mainly affects people with diabetes, especially if you take insulin. A low blood sugar can be dangerous if it's not treated promptly, but you can usually treat it easily yourself. Symptoms of low blood sugar A low blood sugar causes different symptoms for everybody. You'll learn how it makes you feel if you keep getting it, although your symptoms may change over time. Early signs of a low blood sugar include: feeling hungry sweating tingling lips feeling shaky or trembling feeling tired becoming easily irritated, tearful, stroppy or moody turning pale If not treated, you may then get other symptoms, such as: weakness blurred vision difficulty concentrating unusual behaviour, slurred speech or clumsiness (like being drunk) feeling sleepy seizures (fits) collapsing or passing out Hypos can also occur while sleeping, which may wake you up during the night or cause headaches, tiredness or damp sheets (from sweat) in the morning. If you have a device to check your blood sugar level, a reading of less than 4mmol/L is too low and should be treated. Treatment for Continue reading >>

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  1. jackeetran

    Sudden drop in blood sugar level...not sure why.

    Hi everyone,
    When I was diagnosed about a week ago, my dr. put me on Metformin 500mg (1 pill) 2x/day. Then my a1c results came in and she prescripted me Glipizide 10 mg 2x/day. Starting this past Friday, I was told to increase my Metformin to 2 pills 2x/day. For the past week, just trying to find the right foods to eat, my blood sugar has either gone up or down steadily depending on what I've eaten..which I figured would happen.
    This morning at around 10am (blood sugar was 139), I ate only leftover turkey meatballs with Reddiegg eggs and mushroom, tomato, garlic, and onion scramble for breakfast and a handful of pistachio nuts as a snack. At 1pm, I began to feel really tired and ended up napping until 2:30pm. I woke up and had an urge to pee...when I did, it was the longest one I've had for awhile. This alerted me to test my blood sugar and it was 74! While I know this was in the realm of a normal blood sugar level, is this a cause for concern? Is it because of the increase of medication? Should I now be more aware since my medication has increased?
    I was told by the dietician that if my blood sugar drops, but is still greater than 70 mg/dl, I cannot treat it since it's my body's reaction to all of the sudden having a normal blood sugar level.
    Thanks for any advice that is given!

  2. furball64801

    For your breakfast you have very few carbs and glipizide could easily do that sounds like your body is going to respond to this med. You will hear from others either you have to adjust your diet or the glipizide and with the increased met you had a double whammy. So just check a bit more often and expect with a low carb meal that this could happen it might not each time thats the joy of diabetes.

  3. jackeetran

    Oops, I forgot to mention that I had half of a cup of yogurt and flax seeds along with the egg scramble...I'm sure that even with this taken into account, it is still low-carb. You're right about the low-carb thing ... I've been going low-carb and will start to reintroduce more carbs into my diet as I learn what I can eat. I'll attempt to have more carbs in the morning and at night when I have to take my meds.

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