Severe hypoglycemia (very low blood sugar) is the dreaded fear of most people with diabetes. It can kill you.
A few weeks ago at the Advanced Techno...
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If I hadn't had the maple syrup, that more than 200-point drop could have killed me. Until my blood sugar stabilized within normal range, I watched it on my CGM and checked it on my meter every half hour.
"She isn't talking," he said. "She won't respond to anything I say." There was no color in her face. Her eyes looked clouded and distant.
I often don't feel well due to stress hormones, which act up partly because I have Type 1 diabetes. But I try to feel grateful when that happens.
If you're new at the diabetes game, you're probably overwhelmed with all you think you have to do.
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