@literally45-- Do you have type 2 diabetes? I'm not an expert, so you should ask your doctor about this. But I have not heard of a type 2 diabetic suffering from hypoglycemia, especially if he or she is on medication.
In type 2 diabetes, blood sugar levels are higher than normal. Most type 2 diabetics have to take oral medications to increase their insulin sensitivity. Since they are not taking insulin shots, it is not likely for type 2 diabetics' blood sugar to fall enough to result in a seizure.
However, type 2 diabetic can experience hypoglycemia symptoms, and also something called "false hypoglycemia." This is when the body is used to elevated blood sugar levels and reacts to normal blood sugar levels thinking that it is too low.
It's only a problem if a diabetic's blood sugar falls below forty but people can start feeling uneasy at around seventy. Keeping glucose tablets with you is a good way to avoid lows.