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What are the common symptoms of hypoglycemia?

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Dr. Andrew Rhinehart
Internal Medicine - Diabetology

In brief: Weak and shaky

Most patient tell me the first symptom they develop is an internal shaky or anxious feeling that is followed by weakness and sweating.
Some people develop hunger and/or dizziness as well. These are all early symptom but as the hypoglycemia worsens (glucoses <50) people can developed confusion, trouble concentrating, a decreased level of consciousness and even passing out or coma if severe enough.

In brief: Weak and shaky

Most patient tell me the first symptom they develop is an internal shaky or anxious feeling that is followed by weakness and sweating.
Some people develop hunger and/or dizziness as well. These are all early symptom but as the hypoglycemia worsens (glucoses <50) people can developed confusion, trouble concentrating, a decreased level of consciousness and even passing out or coma if severe enough.
Dr. Andrew Rhinehart
Dr. Andrew Rhinehart
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Dr. Kenneth Adler
Family Medicine

In brief: A multitude

Sweating, confusion, dizziness, palpitations, nausea can all be symptoms of hypoglycemia.

In brief: A multitude

Sweating, confusion, dizziness, palpitations, nausea can all be symptoms of hypoglycemia.
Dr. Kenneth Adler
Dr. Kenneth Adler
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