From Georgia, USA:
I have a 14 year old daughter, and lately she has been showing signs of hypoglycemia. The symptoms she has complained about or we have observed are headaches, nausea, light headiness, or just feeling out of it or not feeling good. These almost always go away when she eats or ingests candy. Should she be tested and what tests should be performed?
Please talk to your daughter's doctor about your concerns. You may also read the answers to other questions answered about hypoglycemia without diabetes.
Original posting 31 Mar 2000
Posted to Hypoglycemia
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