Ok I have another question. I horned in on the thread where someone else asked about when you decided to/felt comfortable making your own adjustments instead of leaning on the endo's office to do it. Now I want to know if there comes a point when you stop sending in the daily logs with carb counts,insulin doses,etc. ? Do you get to stop doing it? Is that allowed? If so when did you just stop doing it? My endo's office is MOSTLY great. I love the doctors, I love the nurses, I CANNOT stand the nutritionist. I think that there have been some personnel changes going on because a few people I used to love are no longer there, and she seems to be the only person who calls me about the logs I send in, IF she bothers to get around to it. And it seems when he is having consistent lows, she doesn't call in a timely manner, and when she does, it's "I'm not gonna make any changes right now"... I had to wait until a day when he almost passed out in class. He slumped over in his desk, (per the district nurse's orders at care meeting) teacher gave sugar without checking blood first. He had a juice box,still wonky,another juice box,still not doing well,then she got him to eat skittles,then another pack of skittles..after all that tested and he was up to 92, of course don't know how low before. Picked him up and by the time I got him home (3 minute drive) he was 73. I called after hours purposely to avoid her and talked to endo on call who changed his ratios. He DID think all the lows were an issue. The past few weeks we have been on the other side of the meter, consistant highs. EVERY BG check between 11 am and 4 am for about 2 weeks, was over 250. Some overnights went into 300s. He has had corrections daily at school, after school,at dinner,at bedtime,and every 2hours right up until 3 or 4am. To me, this IS a problem that requires adjusting. She didn't want to because she was afraid those 1 or 2 normal numbers would go away. I finally had to throw a fit at someone else over the phone to get the numbers changed. And since the ratios were changed his numbers this week have been good. So I faxed the logs a few days ago. This time, when there are no problems, she gets back to me immediately..oh sure of course when NOTHING needs doing she's right on it. She starts with "I don't mean to nitpick"...anyone who starts with that DOES mean to nitpick. She proceeds to pick at me because on one day ONE DAY he was 97 and I gave him carbs with no insulin. I say "uh huh was it bedtime?" she said "I dont' know". Not sure how she does't know since the top of the logs they provide read from left to right "Breakfast,snack,lunch,dinner,BED TIME,night. Anyway I ask the date so I can look at it along with her. Yep. It's right under the heading "Bed time" time listed is 9pm. She says again she doesn't mean to nitpick but I shouldn't give him carbs without insulin unless he's low. and 97 is not low." I remind her AGAIN (because this was not the first time we have had this very talk) that I was told by his doctors and nurses that he needs to be,has to be over 100 for bedtime. "Oh well I didnt realize"..UGH! Idiot! Not only is she so super out of touch with D and the difference between consistant numbers and random numbers, but she is one of those people who interrupts so you only get to ask half of your question. Then she goes out of her way to make you feel dumb for asking. But of course in front of docs at appoinments she's nice and sweet. I feel like if she is the only one who is going to view these logs anymore, and she has no interest or ability to be helpful, why bother spending my dollar every few days to fax them? Do you guys still fax logs? Am I wasting my time and money?