It is beneficial to know your status. Knowledge about your HIV status protects not only you, but also your loved ones. The Centre for Disease Control (CDC) recommends everyone between the age of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV as least once.
People living with diabetes might experience low sugar levels (hypoglycaemia) from time to time. If your blood sugar levels are severely low, it can be dangerous and even life-threatening. It might lead to loss of consciousness, seizures or a coma. It is important to know how to recognise it, and what to do.