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Sugar related ?

Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by Samfaz, Sep 21, 2020.

  1. Samfaz

    Samfaz Type 2 · Newbie

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    Morning ..
    just wondering - my sugar last night at 10.30 was 5.4
    But ! I sat there and had a dizzy sensation . light headed . - my pulse dropped 51 - 55 . Then went Bk into 60’s
    So I had few grapes & babybel .. went to bed
    I was woken the toilet 4 ! Times and
    Every time I was woken - racing .feeling .. gushing in head ..
    Drank half bottle water felt bit better . this has happened a few times this last 10 days
    ( Did start course MacroBid But didn’t suit me ) just got up and my sugar 5.8 .
    I am Type 2 ..
    on metformin , ramipril for Bp . Clopidogrel BT .. inhaler for asthma .
    So this medication has stopped the same ... few months back had similar it was waking me middle of the night .
    whst I’m wondering is - 5’s For sugar too late at night .. I’m having a blood test tomorrow morning & for B12 never had before . But asked for 1 .
    So maybe it will shine a light when results Bk . ( Sorry for long post )
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