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    An_248226 posted:
    I constantly off and on get really weak shakey feelings and feel like I'll pass out and have passed out a few times in the past and the main thing that helps is food. Mainly sweats. I wonder if it's my sugar too low or what. Waiting on my photo id so I can get a doctor to check me out
     
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    davedsel57 responded:
    Until you can see a doctor, you can purchase a blood glucose testing kit inexpensively. WalMart sells them as do most chain drug stores. As soon as you start feeling dizzy, you can test.

    For more information about Diabetes, read through the WebMD Diabetes Health Center here: http://diabetes.webmd.com/default.htm
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