Does anyone's hands fall asleep when you're low? I don't get that many symptoms while low. Sometime mild symptoms, sometimes none. However, often when I'm low or getting low my hands start to fall asleep or itch (I think). I say I think, because when discussing this with my endocronologist the last time I was there, he thinks maybe it's not low BS, but carpel tunnel syndrome maybe. I've looked into that and it makes sense. I do have 2 risk factors for it, working on a computer and playing drums. And what I'm feeling is in line with the Carpel Tunnel Syndrome symptoms.
But when I am plyaing drums while under 110 or so it happens. Saturday we were in a 4th of July parade. I waited too long before to test. We lined up and I tested and was 76. I ate a whole power bar before we stepped off. During the parade my hands were getting kindof numb. At the end of the parade I was 117. So, don't know.
I guess my question is, when low do your hands every fall asleep or go numb?