I was diagnosed with idiopathic hypoglycemia in May. We are still in the process of trying to figure why it's happening....which is why the diagnosis is idopathic right now. I am also very sensitive to large drops in my BS even if it's technically still "normal". For example, on Sunday, over 2 hours, I dropped about 40 points down to 80....still technically normal but it was too fast of a drop for me and I started having symptoms very similar to when I go low. The other thing is that I am not always symptomatic. I've dropped as low as 40 with no symptoms. At the same time, I've had significant symptoms at 65. So this brings me to the trip.... We are going to WDW mid August. We are going for 5 nights staying at POR and GF. Right now, we are only planning on going to MK for 1 day but we might end up going to EPCOT or a water park another day. Otherwise, we are going to be relaxing at the hotels. I've heard that the heat and exercise can both drop blood sugars. So I am concerned about what will happen at both the parks and when swimming and miniature golf. Is there anyway to prevent this from happening? I know I'll need to check my BS more often especially since I am not always symptomatic. I am very limited on high sugar snacks because of my food allergies. Right now, I rely on skittles, apple juice, raisins, and soda. The problem is, I have severe GI and malabsorption so I tend to need a LOT of sugar to get my BS back up. I have no diet restrictions except for my food allergies, but it tend to do much better when I eat higher carbs and fats and low protein. My BS tends to fluctuate more and tends to consistently run low if I eat a lot of protein and lower amount of carbs throughout the day. But I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on dealing with hypoglycemia in the heat and at the parks. This is completely new for us. I've dealt with a lot in general and at Disneyworld before.....food allergies, GI problems, asthma, autonomic dysfunction....but the hypoglycemia makes me very nervous especially since I often don't get warning signs or symptoms when I'm low. I am definitely seeing my endocrinologist before I leave and I already know that if I am still showing signs of being very unstable I will not be allowed to travel but I was hoping to get advice from people who have personally dealt with this in Disney. Thanks.