Good Morning everyone I hope your well! I come here in need of help to getting my life back on track. For about 18 months now I’ve been getting symptoms of what I believe someone diagnosed with Reactive Hypoglycaemia would also get. The symptoms I’m experiencing are different day by day but I usually get the following - Internal Shakes (Meaning I feel like I’m shaking like mad usually in my legs / back, - Nauseas - Quite a lot of days I will wake up feeling sick generally until I’ve had something to eat. It does go away to some extent but quickly returns. - I’ve noticed that if I eat sugar or have one in my cup of tea or coffee then I generally start to feel really unwell. - Increased heart rate / Palpitations - Short Temper - this normally also kicks in when my blood sugar gets close to 4/4.2. What I have noticed is if I eat and eat and eat then generally I can fend off the symptoms. Or at least keep them at bay longer. Sometimes I can go a couple of days where I do feel ok. Over the past 10 months or so I’ve had to stop exercising as it makes me feel really sick after. So I’ve also put weight on. If I cut my calories to try and lose weight I generally can only get through a day or so before it starts again. I am currently undiagnosed. I don’t have diabetes and I’ve never had any health issues. The only time I’ve needed the NHS is when I had knee surgery after a football injury 3 years ago. I’ve been going back and forth to the doctors for this entire time. I’ve had countless amount of blood tests which have all come back fine. I’ve even been referred to the hospital. The consultant at my local hospital gave me an Adrenal test to rule out Cushings Syndrome and then decided to discharge me when it came back fine. My blood sugar readings are generally between 4 and 6mmol and because of this she instantly dismissed anything blood sugar related. Since then I’ve decided to bite the bullet and despite not being in the greatest financial situation I’ve decided to go private. It cost me £250 to see an endocrinologist consultant who is also a top consultant at the closest city hospital to me. Within 30 minutes of examining me and listening to me he said straight away he believes it could be either Type 2 diabetes, Reactive Hypoglycaemia or a “blood sugar related issue”. He wants to do an additional test on me which is an Mixed Meal Tolerance Test. I’ve got to have this done this next Friday. Will this test help in the diagnosis of Type 2 or RH? I’m worried that I might not be getting the right test. I’m not entirely sure. I’d be interested to hear what other people experienced before being diagnosed? What were your blood sugar readings? What tests did you have before you were diagnosed with RH? I know it’s quite a lot of info I’m after but this is quite a serious for myself. I’ve had to put my life on hold. I’ve got two young children with one on the way. I feel like I’m not able to live my life at the moment with all this going on. Thanks for reading and I apologise for the long post and lots of questions.