My T1 daughter is 11, so I'm not sure what is normal with T1 adults. Here's the general background. My husband's younger sister is 24 and a T1. She was diagnosed 4-5 years ago. Earlier this week she went to her endocrinologist appointment. She left feeling not so great about herself. First what is a good AIC for a 24 year old female? SIL's was 7% and the doctor yelled at her and told her it was to high. SIL has also been having a snack and bolusing for it before bed. The endocrinologist told her she needs to stop eating before going to bed. Is eating before bed not encouraged? We let Ashleigh have a snack before bed. She is 11, so maybe that's the difference? He also said that if she wants to get her numbers under control she needs to stop or really limit breads and pasta. SIL is hardly eating anything now, she afraid that her AIC will go up more and the doctor will yell some more To me he sounds old school=diabetes equals no sugar allowed. Is this what most adult endocrinologists are like? Do you think she should seek out a new one. She and her husband want to start TTC their first baby, but she was to upset to even ask him about that.