With regards to hypoglycaemia, I think there may have been a misunderstanding regarding this? Hypos aren't relegated to people on insulin only. People who are not on insulin can get hypos and there are varying types of hypoglycaemia too. There is plenty of information regarding this via the Diabetes Australia and the Australian Diabetes Council as well as plenty of other reputable health sites online.
Indigo, I'd be very careful about seeking a diagnosis in here. None of us are medical practitioners! My mum gets what you have a fair bit but it's pointless me suggesting what it might be because I could quite possibly be wrong. I would be very wary in taking blanket statements to heart as there is simply no way anyone can state by looking at your photo what it is and what it isn't. A doctor/health nurse can examine you, look up your history etc and make far more sense of it than what we can Out of interest, let us know what it is when you find out.
Miados, I give up. In terms of reading and comprehension, I can only lead you to water, I can't make you drink it Again I see you have completely disregarded my clarifying post as your reply demonstrates making it patently obvious you believe your word cannot be challenged. I wish you luck with that. Again, it would be best if you stuck with being the dietician you say you are than trying to be a midwife.