I need your help, especially the ones with T1. My 6 year old daughter has got T1 since 2,5 years. We have her under very tight control together with lower carbs as well as sensor and insulin pump. Our H1Ac for the last year is always under 7, todays one 6,4 which I am very happy and I know that its because of our tight control. But of course to achieve such A1c we do have once a while hypos, nothing very low but at around 50 comes once while. Now we got a new doctor who said that hypos are not good long term and that it damages brain and slows reactions. He said once a month is ok but daily or weekly no way. Also he said that anything below 7 is not advisable for small kids even though we have sensor. Our previous doctor always encouraged us to stay at lower as long as we can control hypos and treat her immediately incase one comes. Now I need you advice on how damaging those Hypos are. I am talking about 5 minutes hypos, nothing long time, because either she feels it and tell us or sensor beeps and tells us so we treat immediately.