I know from reading here that a lot of things can be a factor to a CWD going high, but is that possible for lows too? Or are lows strictly about too much insulin/lots of excercise and not enough carbs. I'm trying to figure out why Samantha has been hitting the 60's every day. We lowered her lantus by a half unit, we were doing 1.5 units in the AM (around 8) and now are doing 1. We also give her 1 unit around 5-6 pm. She has not had any fast acting in a while as she hasn't needed it. This morning for breakfast she ate 1/2 an english muffin with butter, a little scrambled egg with cheese mixed in, 1 juice box (12 carbs) and 1/2 glass of milk. So all said about 20 -25 carbs. I've been having a hard time getting her to eat much lately, that's why I threw the juice in for breakfast. She tested around 10 am and her BG was 160. She was supposed to have snack about 12 carbs ( I don't know if she ate it all since she's at school) and then she had recess. She tested again around 11:40, before lunch and her meter read 61. Any thoughts? Is she just getting to much lantus? Or is it really no big deal since it's not that low and just treat it if it happens?