I have questions about how the 2-3 hours following a meal and bolus "ought" to look on Dexcom. If my son is in range at mealtime, we generally prebolus by only about 5 minutes, sometimes just as we are serving his meal. It used to be that we would see the food hit on the Dexcom, with a big spike, followed by a decline that (ideally) ended somewhere near his target number (140). Now, we very often see a small bump in the numbers after eating, followed by a slow drop to the bottom of his range, where he hovers around 80-90 for 30 minutes or so, before beginning a slow rise. Sometimes, the rise stops around his target number, but other times, it blows right past it. What causes this? Are we off on basal, off on I:C ratios, dealing with different foods, different sensitivities? I've been thinking that we're making better choices as far as GI load goes, so maybe that could explain it, but the same thing happened with cereal today. Or, is this how it's supposed to look? I definitely prefer it to the big spikes and rapid drops, but we find that we are dropping him off at school at the very bottom of his range lots of mornings, just because of the timing of breakfast and the start of school, and the nurses (understandably) get nervous and are likely to treat. Is it possible he would do better without a prebolus? Is there a magic time in there where we could keep him even steadier? Would love to hear any thoughts!