Hi folks, any advice about this would be great: I'm age 48, with type 1 for 28 years. I had a hypo at work (big company) (2nd time this has happened in 22 years) and went to the tearoom to sort myself out. I was in a state of confusion with just enough brain power to know I needed glucose. I ate some sweets from my pocket on the way there. I was then confronted by my manager while drinking lucozade and had just taken a blood test - 2.9 My boss knows I'm diabetic and had previously been witnessed trying to bully me. He said "What do you think you're doing?" I told him. He told me to get back to work. I told him again I was having a hypo and couldn't work. He scolded me and told me to get back to work again. I lost my temper and swore at him. A few minutes later he had me in the office. I offered to show him the blood test reading which he refused, saying I was taking the p**s. Then his boss came in and I offered him the blood test meter as evidence. He refused it too. Now in my conduct case they are saying they want the meter as evidence, and I can't find it. There are other witnesses who saw me and say I looked pale and unwell, but the person holding the conduct case seems hostile and has accepted these manager's testimony that there was nothing wrong with me. They have said I was exaggerating the severity of the hypo and reached this conclusion by the fact that I can remember a lot of details and was able to walk around and go home afterwards. Another line of attack they are using is that I was also trying to disrupt the work process, and have a colleague who has said this is his opinion. Now I am worried that I will lose my job. I'm in the union and they're involved. I've also taken advice from Employee Medical Advisory Service who support me and inspected my work and told them they have to make reasonable adjustments such as having a private place to take medication. Anyone with good advice would be good to hear from.