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johnbear2
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johnbear2

Well-Known Member, Male, 44, from cumbernauld

how do i tell the difference between really low blood sugar and a seizure Jun 1, 2014

johnbear2 was last seen:
Nov 13, 2017
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      mrtt
      mrtt
      i had never had a seizure prior to my one off one so i didnt know either as you dont wake up and think oh ive had a seizure but my then wife saw it happen and kept me safe and called for ambulance.im no expert but you may lose control of your bladder and yes after its happened you do feel much the same as after a hypo but if someone sees you they would know.
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      johnbear2
      johnbear2
      how do i tell the difference between really low blood sugar and a seizure
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Sep 27, 1973 (Age: 44)
    Location:
    cumbernauld
    Occupation:
    security officer
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Insulin
    Medication:
    novorapid and lantus
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    yes
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    conservative polititicians
    i have melas syndrome,which is a rare genetic condition if anyone has heard of it
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