Hypoglycemia and vision

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I would see your doctor about this very soon, as folks with hypoglycemia may develop diabetes later on. You may have pre-diabetes, and need to go on a diabetic diet. Meanwhile, make sure you have both protein and carbohydrates with all meals, and with all snacks, which you seem to be doing. You also might need to get a dietary consult and/or see an endocrinologist, for both are specially trained in working with people with blood sugar problems.
Low blood sugars can be VERY scary and hard to deal with. You may want to talk to your Dr. about getting a prescription and training as to how to use a Glucophage kit. This is essentially a large dose of sugar in the form of a shot to use in severe low blood sugar situations. Also you will need to have those around you trained in its use as well in case you can not get food and sugar fast enough on your own.
you may want to call your local pharmacist and ask if your symptoms (and possibly hypoglycemia) can be an odd side effect of any or all of these antibiotics, and if so, if there are any that do not have this affect. You might also ask if hypoglycemic symptoms could be the result of an allergy to these drugs.
years ago when I was going to graduate school (never came close to finishing, and one of the reasons was hypoglycemia and panic attacks...and plain ole immaturity if I'm honest with myself). Anyway, I'd be in class and start to feel faint, which of course put me into a state of panic, then get a huge panic attack...I had no idea what panic attacks were, I thought I was: A. going crazy....and B. about to die...
A couple of months ago at work, about 1pm, before lunch i felt dizzy with blurred vision. I stood up and almost fainted! I had tingling sensations in my arms, i thought i was having a stroke or heart attack! They called an ambulance, my blood pressure was 220/140 & they shipped me off to hospital. They ran tests (bloods, CT+MRI+kidney+chest scans) but couldn't find anything. They sent me home with BP medication.
Lately, I have noticed towards the end of my workout, during the cool down, the last 10 minutes, I begin to feel lightheaded...I get the strobelight effect in the middle of my vision, and my entire field of vision begins to darken somewhat. At first, I thought this is near syncope, but recently I had a severe occurrence which my instinct told me to take my blood sugar, so I do and it was 39. I was on the verge of collapse and quickly drank a 12 oz soda and some orange juice.
his attacks consist of horrible abdominal pain, severe sweating, blurred vision, severe trembling and shaking, extreme shivers and almost feeling like passing out. when he eats a glucose tablet or something sugary, it stops the trembling, but he is still in severe pain and trying harder to breathe. (5'9 145lbs). im at the edge and wondering if we should go to the emergency room.
The bright spot only happens during hypoglycemia and is not like the visual aura (bright shimmery zigzaggy spiral and blind spot that grow and then fade away) that happens with my occular and classical migraines. Thanks again for your comments and recommendations.
Nausea, Light headedness, blurry vision, dizzyness, weakening of muscles( mostly legs and arms), and then sometimes leading to uncontrolled crying, fainting and convulsions. I started to realize that these symptoms came on when I haven't eaten properly throughout the day or if I'm in a hot shower or out on a hot day. My doctor tested my fasting blood sugar and my lymp nodes but didn't come up with anything. I'm worried that my symptoms my be something serious.
Nausea, Light headedness, blurry vision, dizzyness, weakening of muscles( mostly legs and arms), and then sometimes leading to uncontrolled crying, fainting and convulsions. I started to realize that these symptoms came on when I haven't eaten properly throughout the day or if I'm in a hot shower or out on a hot day. My doctor tested my fasting blood sugar and my thyroids but said everything was normal. My fasting blood sugar was 80. I'm worried that my symptoms my be something serious.
Hypoglycemia is often referred to as a temporary condition whereas a person is hypoglycemic and has low blood-sugar at present. I have been all but diagnosed with hypoglycemia but no doctor has been able to pinpoint a cause. I remember getting lightheaded as a kid when I went a long while without food and had my first real scare as a teen when I went blind for a few seconds. I felt better after I ate triscuits, and my family assumed I was hypoglycemic.
If true hypoglycemia is rare, then when do they decide that this is not reactive hypoglycemia and decide to treat her for diabetes. I am really worried! This has been going on for a year now and I see symptoms getting worse and worry that I'm not doing enough but when the Ped Endo won't listen, what next?? **Do these numbers of the 145's 198's and 245's indicate a need for insulin? **Does her GTT reslut look like a typical or early Type 1 GTT result???
I have been diagnosed with Hypoglycemia for a number of years, i keep it pretty much under control and eat 4 hourly approx. The last month or two i have increased thirst and blurry vision and have been suffering heart palpitations and shakes, i have also been going very hot on occasions. Could this be diabetes? it is in the family but late onset diabetes.It is making me quite anxious.
I momentarily stopped worrying but now I am worrying if I am okay and if it is considered hypoglycemia and I have also heard that hypoglycemia can lead to diabetes, so I am right back in the same spot. Any advice?
I was working hard on my new house and I needed to eat..I could tell my heart rate was rising and there was blurry vision. I could barely concentrate when I started eating and I couldn't get the food in me fast enough. I was there with my wife and I just started to tell her I was going crazy. I statrted to kind of make weird noises. I felt nervous, sad, and very scared like I was losing it. I then started to run and hide from her because I didn't want her to see me like that.
On this forum, we have heard from a number of moms whose kids have shown signs of hypoglycemia, and I offer my sympathy, for it is a frustrating problem and frightening to watch your child have these episodes. It sounds to me like you are doing exactly the right things... just keep an eye out on him, for you will notice the changes in behavior maybe even before he notices that he feels bad.
Every so often I have mild episodes of hypoglycemia. I will feel hungry and dizzy and my vision becomes blurry. I get confused, anxious, and my heart starts racing. It usually goes away after I eat something. On a related note, I’ve also noticed I get lightheaded pretty much all the time, but this is separate from the hypoglycemia episodes since the sole symptom is dizziness. If I bend down to pick something up, I feel dizzy. If I get out of bed in the morning, I feel dizzy.
Upon standing or getting off of the couch or out of bed, I get a disoriented spell and my whole vision goes black. This lasts for up to a minute. I can get releif by putting my head between my legs. Meanwhile, I can still hear everything around me and I am completely conscious. I also experience face flushing and dizziness during this also. Outside of this occurance, I feel very fatigue and weak. I am taking methadone 80mg and Adderall 30mg once a day. Please help me!!!!!!!!!
For the past year I get these episodes on and off were all the sudden I will get really weak and shakey feeling although you can not physically see me shake and I will get warm and sort of lightheaded, it usually will go away after I eat something and lay down. I went to the Dr. and she did a fasting blood test which was apparently normal. I still am convinced its my blood sugar though... Any thoughts??
old female, Ive had 2 small series of light headedness the past day and a half and then 1 large epsode, that I became so dizzy I could hardly walk and not straight and then vomitted 3 times, 45 mins. after that my hands became very cold with slight chills, can any one help with a diagnosias??
A few years ago after a blood test I was told I have a very high count of triglycerides, also sometimes when I stand I get darkening vision like its closing from the outside and sounds get muffled, this happens with extreme pain also. Also sometimes my mind feels "foggy" and it is "sometimes" hard to concentrate or remember things. I am scheduled to see a doctor for my annual physical. Any ideas or suggestions?!
Wanted to know if the symptoms I'm experiencing are blood sugar related such as diabetes or hypoglycemia. After eating, my ears feel full and I feel "foggy," inability to concentrate, feeling of brain fog, and slightly off balance. I also experience this same thing immediatley following exercise and immediately upon getting up in the morning. This usually lasts for about 30 minutes to an hour following eating or exercise.
She has to trade meds that she uses with each time she suffers from one, as they do not work as well as they used to. And for about a year now she has been haveing vision blackouts with pain, some dizzyness. She has a mole inside her left eye just under the nerve at the back. Her sight fades out and stay's out for up to 5-10min at any given time. Both eyes go out at the same time for the most part but, its not limited to both sometimes just one eye goes out.
I start to feel not right, and i lose my vision. It's mostly in the right side. I lose my peripheral vision entirely, then it gets better as it moves towards the middle. I feel loopy and confused. I can still move, but it's like my body moves faster than my mind, and it takes a moment after I move to see and realize what I've done. My mind moves slow and doesn't feel right for the rest of the day. I am on birth control, and i take Cranberry pills, vitamin B, and birth control.
I'm new to this disease and forum and it really bothers me to not have a clear picture of what to expect in the middle of the night if my son gets very low. How will I know? Will he wake up? Will I find him unconscious in the morning when I go in. This is honestly a real fear for both my husband and I and we do not think it has been addressed well by our MD or in the books we have been given.
For about two years, when I change positions, from sitting to standing up, my vision starts to black out, and I see a purple/black clouds. I also get headaches behind my eyes when this happens. Everything lasts about 15 seconds. The doctors have given me no answers, only to drink more, which doesn't always help. We did learn that my blood pressure dropped during these episodes, like to 100/56. I have never been hospitalized for this, until recently, but it was all different.
I have been very concerned, but he refuses to go to the GP. He feels quite weak at times and occasionly very tired and aches. He tends to try and forget about how he's feeling and get on with things as normal. He has always suffered with headaches and migrains from a young age, as I have, but I think that this could be something more. What do you think.
For syncope/black outs to occur, either the reticular activating system in the brain needs to lose its blood supply, or both hemispheres of the brain need to be deprived of blood, oxygen, or glucose. So it can be due to fall in BP, hypoglycemia, dehydration and inadequate electrolytes(sodium and calcium) in the body, postural hypotension, blockage of arteries supplying blood to the brain esp. the carotids,anemia,vasovagal attacks or underlying neurological conditions.
Also, I don't know if these two are related, but last summer I kept almost passing out, I passed out twice, I don't have eating problems and I wasn't dehydrated or anything. My vision would start turning black and closing in and when I stopped moving and stood still for a few seconds it would go away. It still happens sometimes. Anyone got any answers for either of those because I am clueless.
I was prescribed some steroid-based nasal spray, and later had sinus surgery and my vision problems, dizziness and that feeling of being distant from everything has all cleared up. I hope that helps.
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