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Do any of you know if a sore tongue is related to diabetes? Also, I have been dieting and going to the gym. I have lost more weight. I find when I come from the gym, I am shaky. I will test and be around 90. Do you think that is normal? :confused:
 

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Don't know if the tongue problem is directly related to diabetes, but I do know that wounds of all kinds, including canker sores and tongue cuts, can take longer to heal for us. We're more prone to infection, too. If it's more of an ache than an injury, you could be dealing with some sort of infection. Might want to check with your doc.

Physical exertion alone can cause shakes. It's happened to me when I was low on potassium. Ninety is a normal level, but if it lower than your usual, it may be that your body simply is not yet accustomed to that glucose level, so it panics and gives you all the symptoms of a true "low."
 
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