Hiya, I'm new to the site after searching the internet for an answer to my almost daily migraines starting around the same time each day. It's looking like I could be Reactive Hypoglycemic. I haven't been to have any medical test, but trying to manage myself by diet and its proving a bit hit and miss. I'm trying to do low carb but can't manage high fat as it upsets my stomach following some unknown illness 8 ago. Weird spaced out and weak feelings seem to get better as I go through the day where I can stretch longer between meals. I also feel that I need to eat there and then and if I dont I go straight to a migraine that cannot be reversed no matter what I chuck at it (sugar, coffee, chocolate - sometime help sometimes dont) and there I stay all unbalanced for days until my body finally settles back down. I have recently discovered the 15:15 that seems to help which makes me think it is blood sugar related. I think if I could get the first part of the day sorted, it would be a good start. I can only go about 1.5 hours from breakfast till a snack and then only another 1 hr till a lunch break and then it get a longer stretch - 2 to 3 hours etc. I think I eat healthy foods and no processed junk food. I try to eat fruit now with a few nuts so not on its own. I had a wellness check at the docs and I was not pre diabetic or diabetic. I have had migraine since I was 14 but worse recently, possibly due to menopause starting to kick in may be affecting my hormones more, as I was always worse with migraine around period time which |i hear is when blood sugar levels can be disturbed, and I cannot get on with alcohol either and sleep seems an issue if I sleep too long as maybe then get a later breakfast. It all a mare to manage. Feel like I'm constantly keeping the wolf from the door! I am also considering a continuous blood glucose monitor to find out if that may help. Any ideas where it is best to start or should I go to docs for a diagnosis and if so what tests would I be likely to need?