Endocrine and Metabolic - Reactive Hypoglycemia/Hypoglycaemia

Summary of Recommendations and Evidence


 

[C] The following conclusions are supported by limited evidence or expert opinion:

Individuals that report symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia (RH) may not demonstrate biochemical hypoglycemia; however, there does appear to be a higher frequency of low blood glucose levels in these individuals compared to non-symptomatic healthy adults. RH can be diagnosed if symptoms (e.g. anxiety, palpitations, irritability, tremors, sweating, hunger, dizziness, tingling, blurred vision, difficulty in
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