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Hypoglycemia or low blood glucose (sugar)

What should I know about hypoglycemia?

Hypoglycemia, or low blood glucose (sugar), occurs when the amount of glucose in your blood drops to 70 mg/dL or less. It can happen suddenly and at any time.

This short video may help you recognize the signs and symptoms earlier and what to do if you experience them. 

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