I read your post on SIXSIX's thread concerning hypoglycemia and I wanted to ask you a couple of questions.
One of the strange things that happened to my husband after his diagnosis of MS was a change in his metabolism (that might not be the right term, but I am not well versed in this metabolism/insulin stuff).
Before dx, he really never HAD to eat. Of course, he did, but it never was an extremely urgent need. He could go, go, go all day long without needing to break for as much as a snack. It actually used to bug me because I need to eat--like, every 5 minutes or so.
Soon after his dx he changed------now, if he did not eat promptly (breakfast, snack at 10:30 and lunch at noon) he would wilt like a flower. He felt awful and had all of his symptoms return. He did not get that classic "shaky" feeling of low blood sugar, but he did feel baaad. He called it, "going south."
Now after 9 months of antibiotics he no longer needs to eat like clockwork---this occured about 6 months ago and kind of resolved slowly. One day I said, "hey, don't you need to eat?" He replied, "no--that's weird, I don't"
We really don't know what to make of it. We never did blood sugar level tests or anything, so we are just purely going on feel here. I thought maybe with all of your knowledge you'd be able to shed some light on this crazy phenomenon.
Anyway, we are glad it no longer happens and thanks in advance for any input.