20 yrs ago I was diagnosed by a naturopath with reactive and fasting hypoglycaemia. I gave up sugar for a while, then found that I never got any "crashes" any more so long as I was careful -- by which I mean, I would no longer drink regular cola, or eat a bag of cherries on an empty stomach. I rarely have a hypo; maybe 3 or 4 times a year and a glass of orange puts it right. However, yessterday I went into a massive crash after having a lunch of 2 bacon, 2 eggs, mushrooms and tomatoes followed by a bar of chocolate. (I do eat some chocolate pretty much daily, after a meal, and it never causes a crash.) About an hour later I started crashing really really bad, and I drank down a pint of fresh orange juice, which always does the trick. I felt better for 10 minutes then crashed again. Drank another pint and same thing happened. I find the physical feeling horrible and unbearable: burning hot cheeks, headache, nausea, blurred vision, heart palpitations, adrenaline surging through my body, causing me to have a severe, uncontrollable trembling fit from head to toe. I also feel utterly panic stricken, and terrified. Since then I have been crashing for 24 hours straight apart from the 5 hrs I was asleep overnight. I've been stuck in a crash for the past 8 hours and I can't bear it any longer. I feel lilke I am going out of my mind. Today I have had: a pint of fresh orange juice, one 470mg potassium tablet with water, a cup of milk, a big glass of sugary cheery juice, another potassium tablet in water and 400g of sugary fruit yoghurt, all to try to get my blood sugar up again. I have really struggled to type this as I am shaking so wildly plus my vision is blurred. Why is nothing working? I am scared out of my wits and at moments feel like I am going to faint. I can't stand another day or more like this, I can't function at all, just sitting here alone, shaking and crying all the time. None of the doctors I have ever seen about this have ever even heard of non diabetic hypos, so I see no point in calling an ambulance or my GP. I feel really ALONE with this and like I have to find my cure myself on my own but I have no idea what to do because a glass of orange has always worked before and now even a MOUNTAIN of sugar isn't getting me out of it! I assume my body is just gushing out insulin the whole time, and I don't know how to stop it. I'm in such a pickle, please please can someone advise me how to get out of this nightmare?