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Ideally the sugar levels while fasting should be around 70-110.
And once you eat it can vary between 100-180 after 1 hour, and subsequently due to the action of insulin comes down to 80-140 after 2 hours. Beyond that the blood sugar levels should be below 140, however some doctors recommend even below 180 ( done at any random point of day is normal ).
So seeing your values they are never really going up and you are suffering from bouts of hypoglycemia, especially 66 at 3 hours is very low. That is what is causing the symptoms.
Can you give me a brief medical history? Any history of T2DM/ Systemic Hypertension/ Bronchial Asthma in the family? Are you on any kind of medications? Can you briefly mention about your diet?
Patient replied :
My diet is protein, veggies, low glycemic. Hashimotos, and pacemaker which I only use 1% of the time. What causes hypoglycemia?
Yes your diet lacks in adequate carbohydrates and that is leading to your hypoglycemic episodes.
Hypoglycemia ( low sugar levels ) are considered to be more dangerous than hyperglycemia ( high sugars ) and has to be corrected.
So I will advise you to see an endocrinologist who can discuss your diet with you and also evaluate the hashimotos status.
Your diet needs to have a balance between proteins and carbohydrates.