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    hypoglycemia ??
    kristin_hope posted:
    My blood sugar has been dropping to levels around 60 to 66 a few times, within the last few weeks, 52 this morning, i treated myself and my cbg remained normal the rest of the day, my question is,, am i a diabetic? And if so which type, imunderstand how it works, and how to treat it....
    An_255018 responded:
    The numbers in your post are dangerously low. You need to get medical attention asap.
    auriga1 responded:
    Kristen, this is a community made up of diabetics, both Type 1 and Type.

    No one can diagnose over the internet. You would have to talk to a medical professional.
    glucerna responded:
    Kristin, has your doctor told you that you have diabetes? That's the first place to start. I'm not sure why you've been testing your blood sugar if you haven't been diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes? ~Lynn @Glucerna

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