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Why do I throw up when my glucose gets low?

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Dr. Allen Seely
General Practice

In brief: Increased adrenalin

When blood sugar gets too low the body responds by raising glucagon and catecholeamine (adrenalin) levels which in turn may cause G.
I. Distress.

In brief: Increased adrenalin

When blood sugar gets too low the body responds by raising glucagon and catecholeamine (adrenalin) levels which in turn may cause G.
I. Distress.
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