I've been feeling really sick the last two days. Called the mw office and didn't get much help, but the nurse mentioned the possibility of hypoglycemia and suggested they test for it at my next appt. (not for a week and a half.) Anyway, I've been prone to low blood sugar my whole life, but never actually diagnosed with hypoglycemia. Just get sick and have to eat some sugar sometimes to feel better. So, this wouldn't come as a real surprise. But I did start a new medicine yesterday morning and I'm thinking it's probably more related to that. Though I could see it triggering hypoglycemia. I switched from Prilosec to Prevacid, was feeling mildly nauseous on the Prevacid, as the effectiveness was beginning to wear off. But, I've been incredibly nauseous on the Prevacid. Haven't been able to drink enough, but I did get some gatorade today and also drank some pregnancy tea, since plain water is out right now (pretty much like bad early morning sickness). I've been excessively tired, really physcially exhausted, and hardly able to do anything more than necessary. I've had bad headaches both days in the evening (dehydration maybe?) And I've really been lacking much of an appetite (which is what caused the nurse to think of hypoglycemia). But I've tried harder to eat often and as good as possible today. Didn't do so well yesterday. I will call the mw again on Monday if I'm not feeling better. Their advice was to continue the medication, give it time to kick in, and "we'll see you at your next appt.": I noticed that the gatorade helps significantly with the nausea, same as when I had bad morning sickness in the beginning. I often found in the beginning that if I had a sugary drink like gatorade or a bit of candy, it would help immensely, so I thought I'd try it again. Worked like a charm. Anyway, anyone have experience with this? What would you do?