I wasn't put on any diet or given any restrictions, in fact I was not told anything. I was in my early twenties then and had a very young child. He did the test because I had a baby that weighed 9lbs 3 oz at birth and complained of being dizzy at times and tired all the time. I went to this doctor for about ten years going often complaining about those symptoms plus I started getting my period less and less often. Things got really bad for me then by chance he was out of town and I seen someone that filled in for him and he diagnosed me with thyroid disease. I felt so much better. It is now almost 20 years later and live in a different state. So to repeat I was not given any suggestions about hypoglycemia.View Thread
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