It could be related to your diabetes, especially if your glucose levels are not well controlled, and also could be secondary to medications you are taking. This is best discussed with your doctor who can examine you for signs of muscle or nerve problems related to diabetes, as well as review your medications and labs.
My husband sugar would drop to a very low 35 - 0, Between the 0 - 35 is it common to go into a combative seizure for over ?
He is a diabetic and sugar would also go up to 250 answer time even higher.
His Diabetes and Hypoglycemic!
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