Do you believe that if you see a food spike and you correct it that it will cause a low with the correction or does correcting it actually stop the fast drop that happens with spikes and bring it down more slowly? Example, I usually always correct anything over 200 overnight. I have noticed that Bio Mom will leave it and not correct it and then SD will drop big time sometimes and be lower (not low, just lower, like from 220 to 140) by morning. That's probably why she doesn't correct SD because she is afraid of that drop. But I wonder why this drop does not happen to us then? If I give insulin when I see a high number, do you think it possibly counter reacts and brings the spike down right away and slower, and then the big drop ultimately doesn't happen? I have never had a low after correcting a high number or a big drop like that since I usually correct. One would THINK that logically if you correct and the spike drops too, then a person would go low because both would be pulling the BG down. However, that isn't usually what happens. So it just got me to wondering then if correcting actually prevents the big drop from happening. What do you think? I hope I am making sense here.