An Uncommon yet Treatable Cause of Hypoglycemia

Pranav Ish, , Megha Varshney, Anshul Mittal, Vidushi Rathi


Hypoglycemia is a life-threatening condition, especially if recurrent. Most common causes include patients with diabetes due to medications, nephropathy with oral hypoglycemic drugs, faulty dietary habits and other endocrine causes. In a patient presenting with recurrent hypoglycemia with central hypothyroidism, Sheehan syndrome must be suspected as diagnosis can prevent disastrous complications


Hypoglycemia, Sheehan syndrome, Recurrent.

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