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    secrets713 posted:
    Okay..I have noticed a pattern. Every couple of months I get about 2 days were my sugar goes REALLY low. What could be causing this?!
    davedsel responded:
    To be honest, none of us on an internet message board would know why. We are not doctors, and no health care professional replies to these posts anymore.

    Only your doctor can diagnosis and treat you. Are you not reading the replies to your other posts? That is what you are being told.
    Click on my username or avatar picture to read my story.


    secrets713 replied to davedsel's response:
    I would like to thank you for everything. I know what I need to do now! You all have been VERY helpful! If I have any more questions I will post them! Thank you.

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