I'm not sure how this works so writing a new post to ask a specific question. As I said in my previous post I have various symptoms following a fall 6 weeks ago. One I didn't mention and which is really bothering me is that I'm getting symptoms which are like a diabetic person having a 'hypo' or low blood sugar episode - shaky, hungry, very light headed, dizzy, sweating, and sometimes if it's bad I have to concentrate hard on what I'm saying - fortunately haven't got to the slurred speech stage or actually fainted yet. And I often have a headache after. Sometimes it comes on really quickly. I've been told many times it can't be low blood sugar because I'm not diabetic, and recently had a blood test HBA1C which apparently proves definitely that I'm not. I'm trying to manage it by eating regularly, snacking on bananas, peanut butter sandwiches etc, and using jelly babies or glucose tablets for a quick fix when an episode starts, but sometimes it takes a long time to settle down even after eating a meal, leaving me feeling a bit shaky.
Has anyone else had this? Knowing my luck it'll be something unusual.
I get the shakiness at other times too, sometimes with sweating, and tingling in my arms and/or legs. I suppose this might be to do with anxiety/panic, which I had before but is much worse since the fall. I find all this very scary, feel my body is completely out of control.