Hello: My 8 year old son was diagnosed on 4/20. I noticed his symptoms and took him to the pedi. He was hospitalized for a day and then we did an out patient day treatment program for 1 day. Somewhere between the pedi and hospital he picked up the flu which myself and 10 year old daughter also got! Sick management nearly put me over the edge. We are settling into our new reality but I have a few questions. His numbers have been running really low and they lowered his Lantus last week. He is still running pretty low 70s-130s and not requiring much Humalog. I know this is the "honeymoon" phase. Just wondering how long this typically lasts. Also, there have been quite a few times where he has been on the low side but is saying he is not hungry but we are making him eat a snack anyway. For example at bedtime tonight he was 99 but said he wasn't hungry but we made him eat a snack anyway. Lastly, we are still waking him up at 2:30am to test every night. I am super nervous about him going low overnight but at the same time am exhausted since I cannot get back to sleep after I test him. Just wondering how long on average we will need to be testing him at 2:30am? I have a feeling my husband and I will never sleep the same again regardless. Lastly, our nurse educator brought up the CGM. I am just wondering what the average cost/month a CGM is? Also, neither myself or my husband have smartphones so not sure how that would work anyway. I just don't know if this is something we can afford on top of the insulin, supplies and copays. Thank you!