My daughter is type 1 since 11 years of age. She is now 25. She is having serious chronic low blood sugars no matter how little insulin, or how much food she takes in. She runs in the 40's too much. One hospital stay and one 911 call in the last 2 months. She is on lantus. She finally got her sugars back to 120, then ate a good meal, no insulin and her sugar dropped back to 40 again within the hour. Lots of night time reactions, takes her insulin in the morning trying to avoid that. She has gone 30 plus hours without insulin and her sugars still run very low. She has drank 12 juice boxes trying to get her sugar up, but no help! Her doctor wants her to do a 12 hour fast before coming into her appointment, but she can't do that! They don't seem to understand the seriousness of her situation. Snacks at bedtime, all the things she needs to do. Any idea what is causing this? She has no other complications other than some synthroid at times but not at this time, does have a physical job, on the move alot. Any suggestions would be very appreciated. Thank you!!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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