I know from experience that whenever my son comes down with a head cold or any sort of illness, things get whacky. With that being said, I had to take my son to his pedo yesterday because I had a feeling he had strep, and it turns out I was right. His numbers two days before I took him in started elevating, and I corrected and adjusted according to what has worked in the past. He's been on Amox since yesterday, and last night I noticed something odd. During the day, his numbers were high so I would correct when needed to try to bring him back down, but when I went to check him before I went to bed, he was sitting steady at 170. I left him alone, and when he woke up this morning, he was at 100 even. I gave him breakfast and dosed him with his usual I:C ratio and basal, and two hours later he was high again, so I corrected. That continued up until dinnertime, and at that point his numbers were once again within normal range. Is it possible for evening numbers to return to normal without morning/afternoon numbers following suit? I guess I'm just trying to figure out if what I'm seeing is a need to adjust I:C ratios apart from the strep, or if the strep is still causing random bs issues here and there. It's probably too soon to tell seeing as though he's only been on antibiotics for two days now, but I've never seen a 'mix' of normal and high numbers like this with strep before (or any illness for that matter) this early on during treatment.