We have been having troubles with my daughter's bg lately. I finally broke down and called the doctor for help. During the conversation he said that I should not be doing corrections at night unless I give her food. We have always given corrections during the night. I believe this is one of the ways to keep a reasonable A1C. Night time can go either way for us, she could be pretty steady for the night or up and down. It really depends on the food eaten during the day. I don't think I could sleep knowing she is riding in the 200's without correcting that. What are the thoughts on no corrections during the night.