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Low Sugar
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by humayon akhtar. - Dec 7th, 2012 6:15 am.
humayon akhtar.
humayon akhtar.
I am 62 years, low suger patient, i eat suger to maintain my suger in blood , now ihave problem in my brain ,ifeel some whisling sound ,what ihave to eat vitamin ,or food . what side effect of grain suger ,i eat,instead of canndy , i am poor retired man .please send me suggestion , lot of thanks .i appreciat for this problem .
re: Low Sugar by Dr J S Chowhan - Dec 7th, 2012 7:11 am
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Dear Humayon Akhtar

Common causes of low blood sugar include the following:

Overmedication with insulin or antidiabetic pills or use of medications such as beta blockers, pentamidine, and sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim. Use of excessive alcohol also cause hypoglysemia. Missed meals and reactive hypoglycemia is the result of the delayed insulin release after a meal has been absorbed and occurs 4-6 hours after eating. Severe infection
or poor oral intake or cancer involving the liver is also a cause of low sugar. Adrenal insufficiency, Kidney failure, Liver failure,Congenital, genetic defects in the regulation of insulin release also known as congenital hyperinsulinism also is responsible for low sugar.

Sometime congenital conditions associated with increased insulin release infant born to a diabetic mother, birth trauma, reduced oxygen delivery during birth, major birth stress, Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome, and rarer genetic conditions called Insulinoma or insulin-producing tumor or Other tumors like hepatoma, mesothelioma, and fibrosarcoma, which may produce insulin-like factors and thus low sugar.

What follows are expansions on the points noted above and should be incorporated within those points, such as cancer, diabetes drugs, organ failures.

People with type 1 diabetes must take insulin to control their glucose level but if they skip meals or have a decreased appetite without changing their insulin dose, they may develop hypoglycemia. If a person with type 1 diabetes accidentally takes too much insulin, or a person with type 2 diabetes accidentally takes too much of their oral medications or insulin, he or she may develop hypoglycemia and when a diabetic patient takes medications but improper meals, odd mealtimes, or excessive exercise may result in hypoglycemia. Often a person who has more than one medical problem may become confused about how much of a certain medication they should take, or their medications may interact to cause hypoglycemia.

So in our opinion you have to go for a thorough investigation to find out the exact cause of hypoglycemia and then proper treatment can be started.

With regards

J S Chowhan


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