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BG and Depression

Posted by anonymous on October 24, 1999, at 1:17:25

In reply to Racer, get your effexor as sooooon as possible., posted by Tom on October 23, 1999, at 22:33:43

Hi Racer,
I have both hypoglycemia and bipolar disorder. My BG doesn't swing like my moods do, but when it drops like it has a tendency to do, it really drops. I scared the shit out of the nurses at my GTT. :) I think that it is most important for you to really work at keeping your diabetes under control. Is it insulin dependent? If not, maybe you should discuss with your doctor what medications you should try out. In any case, I have almost all the same feelings in a BG drop as I do in a major depression-- I can feel the difference, and one goes away drinking orange juice, but it just screws with your mind so much that I hope you can get it back under control. Other than that, I don't find my moods and sugar to be very related-- I can be very depressed and keep my blood sugar at 100 the whole time! But as soon as it drops, watch out. Good luck.




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