Dumping Syndrome? Quite a name, huh? You have a good theory re your blood sugar.
Some people experience low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), related to excessive levels of insulin delivered to the bloodstream as part of the syndrome. Hypoglycemia is more often related to late signs and symptoms. Insulin influences your tissues to take up the sugar present in your bloodstream.
In dumping syndrome, food and gastric juices from your stomach move to your small intestine in an unregulated, abnormally fast manner. This accelerated process is most often related to changes in your stomach associated with surgery.
Gastrointestinal hormones also are believed to play a role in this rapid dumping process.
Having to wait 2 weeks for you lab results seems excessive. Is there another physician at the clinic who can at least give you the test results ?
I wish you the best,
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