So we were diagnosed 3 years ago in October and this is the first time anyone in the house has had a stomach bug. It is nasty. I had it on Wednesday and it hit hard and fast. Can't keep anything down, not even a sip of water. I felt better after about 24 hours. I was really hoping no one else would get it, but it has taken over our small town! Anyways, we were at a game night at church and had some snacks and then I check ds's sugar around 10:30 and it was low, around 60. So, I treat him and it doesn't come up above 70. Treat again about an hour later. Shortly after I come upstairs and am planning to go to bed (Had set a temp basal, too), I hear him come up the steps and he tells me he vomited. Lovely. I knew we were in for a long night. Got him cleaned up and on the couch with a bucket. He was up every hour and a half or so. called the Endo at 6 and they said to watch for ketones (obviously) and if he couldn't keep anything down, get to the ER. He kept a few crackers down for about 90 minutes and they came back up. So, off to the ER we went. He had a 99.9 temp at home, but their temp said 98.3. his heart rate was elevated, so they did an EKG and retook his temp in the ear and it was 101.7 (I think). So, they gave him 2 bags of fluid, Zofran, and motrin. We were there for probably 3 hours. He had Medium ketones at home, but bloodwork showed nothing much out of the ordinary. Brought him home and he slept most of the afternoon. Sugars stayed between 170 and 200 most of the day, so thankfully no lows or super highs. He had trace ketones 2 hours ago, but just rechecked and he was back up to large. Would this warrant a call to the endo again? He is drinking and keeping it down and just ate some applesauce. Still has a slight temp, but gave advil for that. Thank goodness for dexcom. The nurses asked what his sensor was and I told them and showed him the app on his phone. They were impressed. Just waiting to see who else comes down with it. Of course, we have band concerts this week and I am not finished Christmas shopping yet! Everything will come together. We are all ready for a break.