Hi everyone, This will be my first post on Phoenix Rising... have had CFS for 4.5 years now. Hypoglycemic symptoms are one of the things I get... Just wondering if there are any people on this forum who keep track of their blood-sugar levels with one of those machines that Diabetics sometimes use? If so, can you please tell me what level your blood-sugar is at when you start to notice symptoms of hypoglycemia? I have been having symptoms of hypoglycemia for about five years now. It is reasonably bad at the moment, and I need to eat every three hours. I must also wake at night to eat. My blood-sugar just before eating is usually around 90mg/dL (5.0mmol/L), and it around this level that I start to get the typical symptoms of hypoglycemia... agitation, cognitive difficulties, low energy etc. These are all fixed after I have a meal. After digesting a meal, my blood-sugar hovers around a healthy 100mg/dL, sometimes going a little over but not much. But three hours after eating it will drop to around 90 and I must eat again. At the moment I am wondering if I really am hypoglycemic if I am getting symptoms at just 90mg/dL, or if there is something else happening here. I highly suspect that CFS and this blood sugar thing is linked in some way. CFS has a few theories that includes hypoglycemia, and a few that include your cells not being able to produce ATP... so I am trying to understand what is going on here. My GP is not someone who really knows all the ins and outs of CFS, and she admits as much. She hasn't really been of any help with this blood-sugar thing. BTW, I am vegetarian, and usually include whole grains, protein and fat with each meal. I have little or no sugar. Thoughts and comments are appreciated.