Hi guys, I'm a 27 year old caucasian female, I weigh 55kg, I haven't been diagnosed with anything as of yet. I've been struggling now for about 9 months with some troubling symptoms. It started very randomly but I'd notice on occasion I would suddenly get a banging headache, sweats, blurry vision, fast heart rate, breathlessness, dizziness, wild moos swings etc. I didn't know what was happening but just ignored it for a while, it started becoming more frequent and severe, so I decided to go to the doctor. Not sure if related but I also developed migratory joint pain and occasionally shooting pains down my legs. Anyway the doctor ran many tests for arthritis and anemia, ibd as I have some stomach issues etc. All negative however she did notice I had slightly elevated blood sugar of 8.1 and asked me to come in for an A1C. After she said my sugars were slightly high I bought a blood checker to keep an eye on things. It's come clear that the symtoms I am experiencing are due to a drasting drop in blood sugar down into a low. It took me a while to connect that it was in fact reactive hypoglycemia. My A1c was fine and my fasting blood sugars are usually around 5-5.5 however sometimes they ate 5.8 and on a few occasions I have recorded 6-6.4. But generally my blood sugars are normal. I've just noticed a trend when I eat or drink anything carby. The first time I checked it spiked to 11 in about half an hour then dropped to 3 within 15-20 mins. This caused some severe symtoms but I don't know how low it actually got as it was already going up slightly when I checked. It appears to me that my first phase insulin response is lagging and not lowering sugars much then sugars raise again then drop suddenly at second phase. For example: After a meal or sugar sugars went from 5 to 10.7 within 30 mins, it then dropped to 10.5 and stayed at that for 10 mins, then spiked to 11, and then drastically dropped down to 3. This is happening more and more frequently now and the trend is always the same, drastic spike for 30 mins, small drop for 10, spike again and then drastic drop. I'm also constantly so tired and I just don't feel right at all. I do the bathroom alot but moreso if I drink sugary drinks. My doctor was initially worried about type 1 diabetes but when my a1c was fine he just dismissed me and my symptoms like they are OK, I do not agree. He said he wasn't worried about type 2 as I don't fit the criteria. I'm just concerned as it seems like my first phase insulin response is lagging or decreasing causing the second to overshoot. I'm finding it very hard to control and even a tiny bit of sugar causes drastic swings, so I have been trying to stick to a low GI diet. But now this happens almost daily My doctor didn't seen concerned and I asked him if he could run an autoantibody test in case it is a slow type 1, he said he didn't know what test to run and told me to sugar if it happens and dismissed me. Both of my parents have autoimmune disorders. I was wondering if anyone else has experienced anything similar prior to diagnosis? Possibly early LADA? Does this have any possible relation to diabetes? Sorry would just like some guidance as I'm feeling dismissed by doctors, they never even bothered ordering a ogtt to diagnose the RH, even though some of the episodes nearly sent me to hospital Thanks!