While I use the word "excessive", I realize my daughter wouldn't. Caroline is in 1st grade, 6 1/2 yrs old. We're one year into dx and pumping for about 4 months. Lately she's been catching many of her lows, but certainly not all. She very often has false positives where she wants to test because she feels low, but is in range or high. We have 3 scheduled nurse checks- morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack. She has been going an extra 1-2 times a day saying she feels low (hot usually, yesterday wobbly legs on playground) and has been fine at these checks. She isn't fearful of her diabetes and doesn't seem to have any anxiety over it at all. I don't know if she just enjoys nurse visiting or what, She just says "I felt___, so I went" Makes sense to me. I just don't know what if anything I can do about this. She is losing some class time, but that isn't really my main concern. What's bothering me is it just seems to affect her day more than need be. Our nurse is wonderful and doesn't complain at all but this is very time consuming for her too. My only thought was a CGM but I'm not sure that would help. If she felt low and it was giving good #'s she should get herself checked anyway, correct? Any other ideas/ experiences? Thoughts on the CGM idea? Thanks.