I was upstairs in the kitchen (our three sons share a room right below the kitchen). I heard my sons yell "Aaron" and then "mom." I went down and he was thrashing around. I hadn't heard an alarm, and his dexcom was saying 68 and when I checked his sugar it was 56. He has been lower like this for periods of time and never had a problem. My youngest son (14) called 911 and I administered a glucagon shot. Older son went to wait for the ambulance because it is hard to find our house. He stopped thrashing and started to come around. He knew where he was and who his dad and I were. The paramedics came and his sugar was over 200 when they checked him. BP and heart rate were fine. He is having some memory loss, and I wasn't sure how long that might last. This is the first time we have had to use glucagon in 5 1/2 years of being diagnosed. Very scary and I hope I don't have to do that any time soon. He just turned 16 on Thursday.