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cugila wrote:This is the UK DVLA advice regarding Hypoglycaemia. Basically an 'attack', as you call it, would be considered a disabling hypo which will obviously affect your driving. Hope this helps ?.
cugila wrote:I would ask the people who have posed the question just what they mean.
There is no such definition as far as I am aware of something termed a 'Hypoglycaemic Attack.' Surely if they are asking you a question then they should have their definition of what they are talking about.
Once that is clarified then you will be able to answer the question better.
My question is, Have you had an episode of disabling hypoglycaemia. In other words something that seriously impaired your functioning and would have caused you to do something about it, or needed outside help ?
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