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Hypoglycemia Fad Diagnosis or Serious Problem
An article about hypoglycemia from the Mayo Clinic.

Ask the Dietician
Some great information on a hypoglycemic diet by Joanne Larsen, Registered Dietitian and nutrition counselor.

The Anxiety & Hypoglycemia Study Group
Prof. J.H. Levitt of Pratt Institute believes that all anxiety related problems are caused by a biochemical imbalance in the endocrine system.

Career Woman
A Search Engine Source for finding information on hypoglycemia.

Hypoglycemia Survery
This site is collecting data about hypoglycemia. People who suffer from hypoglycemia are encouraged to participate in their survey.

The Hypoglycemia Association
A lot of information about hypoglycemia and managing the illness.

Hypoglycemia Homepage Holland
One of the top informational sites about hypoglycemia on the web.

Hypoglycemia Links and Information Page
Various information about hypoglycemia.

Hypoglycemia Support Association, Inc.
Offers information and support for hypoglycemics.

Reactive Hypoglycemia Home Page
This website focuses on reactive hypoglycemia, but there's useful information here for everyone who has hypoglycemia.

Symptoms Of Hypoglycemia and Hypoadrenocorticism
An article that delves into hypoadrenocorticism.

Low Blood Sugar.
A page that focuses on symptoms and treatment of hypoglycemia.

Hypoglycemia and the Hypoglycemic Diet
Take a look at the hypoglycemia and fibromyalgia connection. If you have hypoglycemia, chances are that you suffer from fibromyalgia.

Reactive Hypoglycemia (RHG): FMS&MPS Complex Perpetuating Factor
More on the fibromyalgia and hypoglycemia connection by a leading medical researcher and physician.

Fibromyalgia & Chronic Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Discusses fibromyalgia and treatments.

Medicine Net
Various information about Hypoglycemia, including symptoms and treatments.

Hypoglycemia's Hormonal Origins
A great article by Richard N. Podell, M.D. He defines the hormonal origins of hypoglycemia and explains why hypoglycemics can experience the symptoms before the blood sugar level drops. All medical practioners should read this article.

Hypoglycemia and Obesity
Explains why hypoglycemics are generally overweight.

Stop Don't Shoot
Many people who've suffered from hypoglycemia have committed suicide. This site focuses on coping strategies for hypoglycemics and their famililes.

Forum Host

This forum is hosted by Bobette Bryan. She has suffered from hypoglycemia and fibromyalgia for many years. She's lives in an old victorian mansion in St. Joseph, Missouri which she and her husband Dennis are trying to restore. They have three sons, five Doberman Pinschers, and six cats.

Bobette is also a professional writer of many genres and part-time web designer. Currently, she's writing a horror trilogy. She's also the host of the most popular writers' forum on the net, The Silver Quill Forum, which has over 4,000 members. All aspiring or published writers are welcome.

Write to her at:
novelist@ponyexpress.net or
Or visit her homepage,
The Readers's and Writers' Cookie jar.


Welcome to the Hypoglycemia Forum. This forum is dedicated to providing hypoglycemics and their family members with support and information. In addition, people who suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, or any other chronic illness are welcome here!

If you or someone you know suffers from hypoglycemia, CFS or FMS please feel free to join our group and post your questions or comments on the message board. Together, we can cope with these illnesses and bring about public understanding.

Page Index

General information about Hypoglycemia:
Possible causes for non-diabetic hypoglycemia
Non-profit Organizations to contact

Information about the Hypoglycemia Forum. Please review the rules before posting:
Posting Messages
Member Information
Forum Rules


  • headaches
  • exhaustion
  • irritability
  • depression
  • temper outbursts
  • indecisiveness
  • concentration problems
  • visual disturbances
  • PMS
  • muscle pain
  • tiredness/fatigue
  • anxiety
  • mood swings
  • obesity
  • passing out
  • sleeping problems


  • Impaired glucose metabolism
  • Too much insulin being released
  • Under or over active adrenal glands
  • Liver disorder
  • Disorders of pituitary or thyroid glands
  • Tumor of pancreas/insulinoma
  • Trauma
  • Early diabetes


  • Hypoglycemia Association, Inc (HAI)
    Box 165
    Ashton, MD 20861-0165
    (202) 544-4044
    Website: The Hypoglycemia Association

  • National Hypoglycemia Association
    P.O. Box 120
    Ridgewood, NJ 07451
    (201) 670-1189

  • Grupo Latino de Hipoglucemia
    Apdo. Postal 86-203
    C.P. 14392
    Mexico D.F.
    Tel/Fax (525) 695-20-70

Posting Messages

At first the forum might seem a bit confusing to newbies to Delphi, but you'll quickly get the hang of it.

After you arrive on the start page, you can click any of the message titles on the left in order to read or reply to previous messages.

To start a new discussion, go to the top left corner and press "post." A screen will come up where you can post your message, and there's a pull down menu for category.

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And if you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me or address the problem on the message board.

Member Information

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Forum Rules

There aren't a lot of rules, but here they are in a nutshell:

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