I have a question with BG drops maybe someone has experienced or has answers for. I have been a T1 for 28 yrs with no complications. Prior to this year I have never had so much trouble managing my BG levels. I usually averages around 7.5 A1c with MDI using NPH/Humalog and now Lantus/Novalog. So far it has been unsuccessful trying to get multiple endos to give me an explanation for my BG levels. Right now I have been keeping my BGs a little high (200's) for fever of going hypo and fainting. My current insulin dosage is 18 units of lantus at 8:00am and novolog with a carb raito of 1 to 10 carbs. Here are my numbers with my concerns. Keep in mind that I am currently not exercising and my meals are pretty much the same each day. Normal Day: (usually looks like this 90% of the time) 7:43am 228 18u lantus 8:46am 217 4.5u Novolog 48 carbs (Breakfast is always the same meal) 9:36am 277 1u Novolog correction 10:42am 252 11:48pm 183 4.5u Novolog 45 carbs (Lunch) 12:40pm 240 13:07pm 272 1u Novolog correction 14:46pm 203 15:40pm 182 16:08pm 206 17:00pm 191 4.5u Novolog 50 carbs (Dinner) 18:30pm 217 19:00pm 266 20:00pm 257 1u Novolog correction 21:45pm 176 22:30am 140 23:30am 211 Mysterious BG dropshappens randomly 10% of the time just recently) 24:00am 174 18u lantus 25:30am 200 4.5u Novolog 48 carbs (Breakfast) 26:13am 280 27:50am 1u novolog correction 28:34pm 148 3u Novolog 58 carbs(Lunch) <-----------130BG drop in 40 mins 29:00pm 128 30:40pm 103 45 fast acting carbs + 22 carb protein bar 31:20pm 97 32:40pm 121 33:10pm 170 The dip usually happens, but not restricted between 12:00am - 3:30pm and sometimes between 6:00pm - 9:00pm. I have been tested for Gastroparesis and two doctors have said they don't think that I have it. What scares me is that if I try to keep my BG levels in the 130's or lower then I might drop down to 0. Please help with any advice. I am currently going to get hooked up to a pump in about 2 weeks. My thoughts: Gastroparesis or Lantus peaking Dennis T1 28 yrs diabetes sucks!