Hi, I'm new to this forum signed up because there is a wealth of knowledge on here in relation to reactive hypoglycaemia. I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me. I have recently been diagnosed with reactive hypoglycaemia (2.4 on the OGT) passed the 72 hour fast and all serious underlying conditions have been ruled out by my endocrinologist. I have had the symptoms for over 10 years but the GP always brushed them aside and wouldn't refer me. At my last appointment my endocrinologist suggested I could be discharged because they haven't found an underlying cause, however my symptoms are getting significantly worse on a daily basis. I've cut out most sugary foods and tried to drop my carb intake or make sure I'm eating protein as well as carbs through having read this online however sometimes I still have really bad days where I can't shake the symptoms even though my diet is consistent. I'm at a bit of a loss and I'm not sure where to go from here, is anyone able to help with how they manage it or any other specialists they have seen to get advice? I'm also concerned as I have read if it isn't managed properly it can lead to type 2 diabetes? I have also been diagnosed with PCOS (not sure if relevant). Many thanks in advance.