My daughter had been pumping for about six weeks now, and things have been going pretty well. One problem has emerged, however, that has me worried. At night she gets nervous if her number is anywhere under 150-she is afraid she will drop low in her sleep and not be aware of it and die. When she goes to bed below 150 or so she doesn't sleep for hours and will come to me to check her sugar repeatedly until she's exhausted and finally falls asleep. It doesn't seem to matter if she's knows that I'll be waking her in two hours to check - she just won't sleep. If she's in the high ones or low two hundreds at bed time, she is clearly relieved and relaxed and goes to sleep without delay. Has anyone encountered this kind of problem? And if so, how did you deal with it? I want her numbers to be in range as much as possible, but I also want her to have peace of mind and sleep at night. I hate diabetes. Thank you.