I'm looking for your thoughts on this piece of my puzzle. I'm not diabetic. My A1C is always normal. I have bouts of hypoglycemia, that sometimes can be controlled with small meals.That said, I know that when my hypoglycemia is being whacky (possible autonomic hypoglycemic issue that comes and goes), that a second cup of coffee or walking slowly on the treadmill for ten minutes without a glass of orange juice nearby is going to send me off into low blood sugar. When it's being whacky and I've eaten regular meals, my sugar can be 67 or 80 (when it should be around 100 after eating). Again this doesn't happen all the time - like all the weird symptoms it comes and goes. I recently bought the HealthyWise Urinalysis Test strips (with the ten tests, including ketones). I figured I'd use the urine test strips a few times a day to see how the test results compare to how I'm feeling at the time. I'm finding the ketones are normal here and there, but when I'm feeling hypoglycemic (even after eating), my ketones are at the highest level possible on the strip (dark brown). Whereas, the rest of the time there are no ketones showing up in my urine. What do you make of that? Fully fed (eating small meals and snacks regularly). Not dieting. And my sugar and ketone levels are fluctuating wildly during the day. In addition, the change in the blood glucose and the ketones in the urine are representative of how I'm feeling. Do you have experience, studies, tests I should ask my doctor for, or recommendations to overcome this issue? Thanks!