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OK. First off there may not be a problem at all here, but you may be having what's called reactive hypoglycemia--excess insulin secreted after a meal.
True reactive hypoglycemia causes the symptoms I mentioned and the blood glucose usually drops into the 70's or 60's with that.
While I don't think this is a problem you should discuss this with your doctor and get a HGB A1C test and a glucose tolerance test since reactive hypoglycemia, in time, may turn into diabetes
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Low blood sugar. I'm not saying for sure you have reactive hypoglycemia but since your blood sugar sometimes drops after eating you may so that's why I say at least tell your doctor about the drop
Yes but it really shouldn't drop that far two hours after eating, even if it is still withing normal limits.
As I said at the beginning there may be absolutely nothing abnormal about this but still you should at least discuss it with your doctor
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