Hi I find myself in a somewhat unusual situation regards driving. I am a Type 2 so I can discount any Type 1 rules. However I take no medication at the moment so it seems that I can also leave the type 2 rules as well. BUT and here is my problem a combination of two other medical problems means that I have a lot of hypo's some at night others in the day BUT (again) almost exclusively when I do any sort of exercise. So walking the dog, going to supermarket, cleaning bathroom can all cause my blood sugar to drop below 4. At present my consultant has imposed his own rules - no driving unless BS above 5 and I have to stop every half an hour to check BS. The problem is that when I swim (and its slow, I only have two speeds, slow and stop) I have had hypo's that require assistance the last one was a week or so ago and before that in November. Plus I have no warning that it is going to happen so I swim along quite happily and literally bang - my brain goes to mush, I can't talk and I start shaking. The life guards (bless them) feed me some sweets and I get out of it. I know if I mention this to DVLA it will be take licence ask questions later!! Plus as my consultant has not told me I have to tell them, and he does know as I emailed him about latest hypo, can I just carry on as I do now? I don't want to be fined or penalised but am loath to report it as well. I would be grateful for any help, thanks.