So I will preface this by saying I know I screwed up. This is not something I normally do and not something I plan to repeat. But I would like to get people's thoughts on what happened if they wish to share. I would prefer to avoid extremely critical comments (or feel free to send them via PM, I am open to criticism I would just rather avoid a debate). I may edit this a bit in a few days. I will go through everything that happened. I am going to be detailed just in case someone sees something I missed. Last night I had a normal dinner consisting of grilled chicken, pesto pasta, salad, a bread stick, raspberry cheese cake and diet pepsi at 6 pm. Bolused as usual. Had a glass of wine while doing a biochem problem set at around 7 pm. I don't bolus for wine. Around 9:30 PM I had 3-4 shots of tequila. BG was 150ish at that point. Fooled around in the kitchen until around 10:30. BG was around 130 and I set a temp basal of .05 units an hour since I prefer to be around 160 while drinking. Went to a party at that point. So this is where I think things went wrong. We were drinking these things called fishbowls. They generally have 5oz vodka, 5 oz rum, 3 oz blue cura?ao, and 32 oz sprite and swedish fish and nerds. I had probably a total of .75-1.5 of these "fishbowls" over 3 hours but I am not sure. Basically people carry around the fishbowls and you drink from straws so it is super tough to keep track of drinks. I did not bolus anything and my blood sugar stayed consistently around 150. Got home and I was totally fine, a bit unsteady on my feet. I was around 90 when I went to sleep so I had a yogurt I didn't bolus for and I set a temp basal for 8 hours of .05 units/hour. It was around 3 AM and I set an alarm to test at 6. My boyfriend woke me up around 5 because my CGM was alarming low and I wasn't waking up. I tested and was 30. I apparently told him "no thank you I'm sleepy" when he tried to get me to drink. I don't really remember this but I guess I eventually had a tube of cake icing. I was 28 after this (numbers from the meter--I don't remember) and then had a coke (full can) and 2 zofran since I felt really sick to my stomach. I told C not to give me glucagon since I felt so sick and figured it wouldn't help anyway. I was still under 30 on the glucose meter about 1 hour in to all this. I did give myself a shot of glucagon at this point even though I figured it wasn't going to help. C (who happens to be a CC-EMT) called a friend to see if they could bring over some D50. They rightfully refused but said to call 911. Which C did. EMS came and gave me an IV push of D50. I was around 25 when they arrived and shot up to 200 about 5 minutes after the IV. Since I was totally alert the whole time they did let me sign off so I did not have to go to the hospital. I have not bolused for anything today and so far have been between 90 and 160. I spoke to the on call endo and plan to follow his advice for doing a low temp basal tomorrow and conservative bolusing. So, I am totally aware that I made a ton of mistakes. I would like to say I have no intentions of ever drinking a significant amount again but I can't guarantee that. So if anyone has advice on avoiding a repeat of this I would love to hear it. Additionally, if anyone has any tips on what they would have done for the initial low glucose reading I would be grateful. Looking back I probably should have just called 911 much earlier. My concerns are that I have had this much to drink before and never had a problem. I typically do go a bit low but nothing that a few carbs can't handle. I had literally 120 carbs and my bg would not go over 30. Am I missing something here? I know this makes me look really reckless but I was testing every 20 minutes while drinking and wearing a CGM. Yes, I had a lot to drink but I did not bolus for any of the carbs. I had a really low temp basal set. I just can't figure out what brought my blood sugar down that low. Thanks for reading! I am planning on speaking to the CDE when I see the endo over spring break in 2 weeks.