I have been having non epileptic seizures for about a year. It took a long time to figure out they were seizures. I have started to notice that i get them often when I'm "funky" or hungry and also about 30 min after i eat. A nurse who saw my seizure said it looked like a diabetic seizure. While my blood sugar was 150 in the hospital the drs didnt seem to think it was a factor. Any thoughts?
Do you test often and keep track of what the numbers are doing during these times you feel funky and 30 minutes post-meal? If you feel there is a correlation, I think it warrants further investigation.
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