Autoimmune Hypoglycemia occurs when blood glucose (sugar) levels drop below normal levels. Glucose levels are considered low under 70 mg/dL. Autoimmune hypoglycemia is characterized by elevated levels of insulin in the presence of endogenous anti-insulin antibodies with insulin or anti-insulin receptor antibodies. Hypoglycemia is frequently seen in individuals with diabetes but is also commonly found in people who have insulin resistance, however is rarely documented outside of the Asian demographic. Symptoms include dizziness, headache, pale color, confusion, and in severe cases, seizures. Immediate treatment includes raising blood sugar levels and long term treatments include monitoring symptoms and blood sugar levels.
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