Daban's treasure. I didn't eat breakfast. I went to school at 9 o'clock for dessert, two biscuits and a glass of milk. At 11:30, I suddenly felt a little dizzy, and then had some lunch. I didn't faint long after eating. Can this be hypoglycemia? Or may it be caused by other reasons?
Hello, the child's parents, good afternoon. The situation you said is clear only when the child has dizziness symptoms next time. Of course, from the clinical manifestation of the child you described, it may be hypoglycemia. If the dizziness symptoms are relieved rapidly after lunch, is it really possible?
First of all, ensure that the child eats on time for three meals. In addition, if the child has this symptom next time, if there is a blood glucose meter at home, you can measure the child's blood glucose to see if it is hypoglycemia?
If you don't eat on time, you may have hypoglycemia. This should be regular meals. If you have low blood sugar, you should go to the hospital in time. Glycosylated hemoglobin test further excludes the possibility of diabetes. You should always keep healthy lifestyle, ensure good sleep, keep your mood relaxed, eat regularly, and the nipple of the meat collocation is very good.
If the amount of food eaten is relatively small and the amount of activity is relatively large, it may lead to hypoglycemia. It will be relieved soon after eating. Considering the possibility of hypoglycemia, there is generally no big problem. Usually, pay attention to regular diet and develop good eating habits. If it occurs repeatedly, you can go to the hospital for further examination.
Hello, this situation mainly considers the problem of dizziness. If the symptoms are relieved after eating, this consideration is related to the hypoglycemic reaction. It is OK to pay attention to the appropriate increase of nutrition. It is OK not to eat foods with high iodine content. It also needs to drink more water and test blood pressure.