i've never been here before and this is a little off the track of what you are talking about but i have never heard of another person that drops like this but me. my lowest drop was 52 & i'm very glad my daughter was here to help! complications of diabetes keep me from actually knowing that i've dropped-like dizziness and other signs that are supposed to be watched for low sugars. i've been type 2 since 1993. thanks to you or i would have thought i was all alone with this "dropping." i think that the complications of diabetes can keep you from working some jobs outside the home & this could be considered a disability. in California to be disababled you have to be unable to live & function with daily life & working is part of that.View Thread
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