Hello, I was diagnosed in June with HepC, and have since found out that I am Stage2, genotype1a. I feel fine, but I have been experiencing hypoglycemic episodes for the past couple of months. I eat breakfast within an hour of getting up, but it never fails that in 30 min-1hr. I will start to shake, sweat, get dizzy, ect. All of the typical symptoms of hypoglycemia. Usually after I eat a snack, I feel much, much better, but it seems to hit me harder and harder these days. I was curious if anyone else has experienced this. Thanks!!
I had bouts with low blood sugar before I started treatment...scared the heck out of me! My fasting blood sugar started creeping up about the same time. Things balanced out a bit on tx until I went through a rough patch of not eating, the the FBG began elevating again. Meet with the Dr. again on December 1 and we'll se where I stand now. Have you had any lab work run yet?
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