First I need to apologize for all my questions lately. I am exhausted and overloaded with information this week due to DD's pump start, so whatever I read in preparation to pumping is lost to me at this time, and I don't have the energy to flip through the books again..... Just wondering when pumping, when a BG reading is high outside of a meal time, is it "safe" to go into the ezBG menu (PING) punch in the BG #, let pump calculate a correction and give her that unit of insulin? My understanding is that it is safe to do so (and in fact one of the benefits of pumping) to be constantly on top of every high BG reading and doing "little fixes" every time she's high. And I assume it is safe because the pump factors in IOB and will not over give what is required to bring her down to her BG target. Also, even if I corrected a high 1 hour before a meal, and she eats dinner and we bolus for that, the IOB will be accounted for so the meal bolus will not overgive the insulin. Our endo and nurse is not allowing us to correct yet outside of meal boluses, so they don't want to discuss this with us yet. Frustrating, but I understand why they don't want to tell us information about doing this for fear we will start doing it. So, I am coming to you folks to answer my question.