My mother who recently turned 80, has been diagnosed with diabetes for all of her adult life. Her husband had just arrived home after a triple bi-pass surgery that has caused her a lot of stress. However, during the last three nights she has suffered a major decrease in her blood sugar to a point where she experienced seizures. I even had to call 911 on the first of the three. We are all in a panic because we do not know when her next seizure will be and nights are particularly worrisome for us. Can anybody advise what we can do? She has been trying to eat well and has been consuming a lot of sugar prior to bed in the hopes of preventing another seizure but I need more input.
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