My dd is 15 and 3.5 years with T1D. She is on MDI Levemir, Apidra and Novorapid. I have a fear of my DD having a serious low and not being able to bring her blood sugar back up quickly enough. You'd think 3.5 years would make me more comfortable with lows, but it hasn't. Our clinic, when I posed the question about quickly plummeting lows gave me the canned response of 15g carb, check in 15. They are generally not that helpful for real life challenges. There are so many variables to consider, as you all know and lows are bound to happen, I realize that. Quite often she needs more than 15 carbs and I am not very patient because I am stressed and worried she'll continue to drop.........and then what? She has never had a serious low - to the point of confusion or unconsciousness or seizure or glucagon so I guess I don't know how it all rolls out. I guess I am looking for some advice to reduce my worry of lows and maybe a better understanding of how low for how long can she be without losing consciousness. I have fully read my library of reference books (Ragnar Hanas, Gary Scheiner, Walsh, Sugar surfing etc.) and I have a very good understanding and I am learning new things all the time. I feel like we have a good handle on things and we're trying new approaches regularly. My DD has a CGM, so that helps, but when I see that double arrow down, I gulp. We treat impending lows early, so this happens rarely. It's usually when I underestimate her physical activity that day, or a pasta meal I don't time correctly. Any words of wisdom you can give me would help. Thank you in advance.