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11 Mar 2003

Blood Sugar Levels
I've had a blood-test done because of constant fatigue. My doctor said that all is in order and that only my blood-sugar levels are a bit low at 3.4 - I also have very low blood pressure. Could this be the reason for my constant fatigue, and if so, how could I fix it?
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CyberDoc
CyberDoc

01 Jan 0001

Di, it can definitely be due to the low blood pressure and even the low blood sugar (although 3.4 isn’t that low). You can take something like Effortil® or Akrinor® for your low blood pressure and if that doesn’t work, you can try following a hypoglycaemia diet for the low blood sugar. You can mail me at CyberDoc@mweb.co.za if you want an example of one. Good luck.
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