Most people have hypoglycemia as a symptom, not an illness. Often diabetic have hypoglycemic episodes where their sugar goes too far down. However I'm not (to my knowledge, I have had urine tests) diabetic. My BIL has it as a complication from his thyroid problem. I only know 1 other person who has it like I do, and she is 62 lol.
There is not a medicine or "cure" for this, other than a total lifestyle change (i have heard it may help in some cases, drastically altering your diet). I would like to find others who suffer from this. Over the years it had gotten worse and worse and although i've never passed out from it yet, I fear it will be soon. Any dr i've brought it up with basically brushed me off. one told me to eat more often. so basically all the time lol.
Do you have hypoglycemia, alone, not as a complication or symptom? Would you like to learn about it or discuss it? From what I understand it can be more dangerous than diabetes, yet it is swept under the rug.