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How kind of you to help figure this out with your friend. An understanding friend is a big shortage when someone has a chronic illness like lupus. Thank you for being there for her.
You might look at the diabetes forum here at Healing Well and check into the meaning of a 60. My blood sugar has gone as low as 50 and and the worst I've felt is a bit trembly and hungry. But I don't know if that is the norm, I just realized that I need a healthy snack if I'm not going to eat on time. I don't have diabetes, but I am glucose intolerant (one step before type II diabetes).
Her seizure though could be caused by a couple of Lupus issues. Some Lupans have a condition known as sticky blood (an anti-coagulant issue or anti-phospholipid issue) which can cause strokes or seizures. There is also brain involvement in some Lupans where our immune system will attack brain tissue and that can cause seizures. There are more factors in Lupus that can cause seizures too, but I'm not real familiar with the brain involvement. There are a couple folks here who will likely see your topic and give you some good info.
I just wanted to welcome you to the forum.
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