Just now my son went lower than ever before: 33! Two and a half years into diabetes and this is the first time we have experienced such a low low! I gave my son a juice box to get him up quickly and around 10g peanut butter crackers for some extra carbs and to keep the blood sugar up. I also suspended his basal (actually I lowered it to 5%) for one hour. I was scared and wanted to get him up as quickly as possible without giving him too much juice which might cause a spike and a crash later in the night. My husband said I should not have given the peanut butter crackers because now I have complicated matters as the crackers will slow the absorption of the juice and we won't know how much he's going to come up and whether to give more carbs or not. I am wondering about the expert opinions of those more experienced with serious lows. What is the best way to handle this kind of night time low?