Hi there, I've been having issues with my blood sugar for around 3 months now and it's getting worse. However, my GP says everything is fine. My HBac1 was done last week and it's 31 which seems fine. It was 29 6 months ago though so it has gone up. However, every single night, I'm experiencing hypoglycemia (measured with a monitor). I'm not overweight at all but I do have a history of bulimia. PCOS has also been ruled out. I also have severe CFS/POTS which makes the situation complicated as they are disorders of the nervous system so they can affect blood sugar. I also now have anxiety about what is going on so that is possibly a factor too! I've started to quite intensely monitor blood sugar for a few days and I've just noticed a pattern. Just wondering if this seems like it could be related to potential diabetes? Fasting this morning 4.1 mmol/l (had to have a snack at 2.30 am as I went hypo). This is too low for me. I have occasionally taken my fasting blood sugar in the morning and 4.3-4.5 is my 'normal'. Breakfast: Oats (only 20g!) mixed with coconut flour, seeds, blueberries and PB (around 26g carbs) I started to feel ill so I took it after 30 minutes and it was 6.7! It then crashed back down over the next hour to 4.6 Lunch : 1 piece biona rye, 2 eggs, half an avocado and some mushrooms (around 35g carbs I think) Took it 30 minutes later and it was 5.1 I started to have heart pounding and feeling of shaking inside so I took it again and it was 6.5 but just 15 minutes later it was 5.2 (this would be 90 minutes after eating). It will then typically go back down to 4.6 Sorry about all the figures. I've never monitored my blood sugar before so I have no idea what is normal. However, these seem like quite large fluctuations and I'm very sensitive to how fast the numbers are dropping. I kind of feel like it shouldn't be spiking and crashing that fast. I'm going to speak to my GP again this week and push for an insulin/OGTT test as I feel it's some kind of reactive hypoglycemia. I have already attempted to reduce carbs but I'm looking into massively reducing my carbohydrate intake to see if that would keep everything more stable. Do you think this would help? If anyone has any thoughts/experience re. this, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!