I was diagnosed with reactive hypoglycemia, in my early twenties, I an almost 59 now. I was beaten by my father while a teenager for faking the massive headaches, sickness, and passing out. I only get this occasionally, a few times a year. It normally starts with the shaking, and sweating, then I catch it and eat and I am fine. But occasionally it is faster than me, and the migraine headaches take over and I either get near fainting, or I actually pass out. Last year, I passed out on a bench in a antique store while visiting Texas, but a lady there woke me and got me a Coke. A few nights ago, I was hit again, in middle of the night, I almost passed out completely, and called to my wife. I managed to get into bed, but had a blinding headache, nausea and really hurt, but what hurt the worst is that the next day I found out my wife took my blood pressure during my episode, and she thought it was normal, so she thinks this is faking to get attention. This hurt me to my soul, and it will probably end my marriage. I can't get past the abuse I got as a child for this condition, and being called a liar by my wife. How do I convince her that this is a real condition? I really need help.