66 is not a low you need to treat - he could just be given breakfast..
Originally Posted by fdlafon
As for bedtime readings, in and of themselves they tell you nothing more than where's he's at at bedtime. You need to know what is happening overnight, and the only way you'll know is by measuring.
Oh and I have a question for you - when does he get his Lantus?
Last edited by wilf; 05-13-2009 at 09:37 AM.
Reason: add question
Proud Dad of Amy (17), diagnosed Aug. 2006 and getting MDI of Apidra, Regular, and Lantus..
and Sylvie (12); very happy husband of Shirla!