Yes, a 12!!!!! We still don't know exactly what happened. We had a usual, albeit high carb dinner. 1 cup spaghetti w/ butter and 3 smallish pieces of Italian bread. He bolused for it, about 50g, an educated guess, but on the low side IMHO. 20 minutes later he asked for a donut, which was a definite 29g (DD chocolate frosted). He bolused for that too. 20 minutes after that he was throwing a tantrum over a video game, which is not uncommon. DH sent him to his room to calm down, as is customary. Not 5 minutes later he came out, literally staggering and collapsed. Fortunately DH caught him. I check his BG and its 12!!!!!!!!!! I was speechless and nearly fainted on the spot. Im usually very good in a crisis, but this time I nearly lost it. Glucagon, nowhere to be found, I begin rifling through the cabinets looking for the cake icing. Nope...so I grab some baking sugar I bought for Halloween. It is, of course, black. I shove a handful in his mouth. He swallows some and spits some out. Not a great choice I realize now, but it got him to react. At this point DH is talking to him and telling him to stay awake, as he is semi conscious. DH sits down with him and starts dribbling Pepsi into his mouth while I go call EMS. EMS arrives and he is now conscious and drinking the Pepsi independently. They look him over and give him some oral glucose, which he hates and I retest him. 45. We decide to go in to the ER just to be safe. Of course we look ridiculous. He has a black stain all over his face and I have on on my hand. We get more than a few weird looks. By the time we get there, he is up to 60. They call my Endo who gives me new lower stats for his pump and says we can go when he hits over 120. When J hears this, and realizes that he will not be getting a dreaded IV he is thrilled. He pulls out his DS throws one leg over the side of the gurney and instructors me to test him whenever I want. He has been fine since, although running higher than his OCD mom likes. The Endo isn't sure what happened, but we are now back on the Dexcom and are keeping a close eye on his trends. I never, ever want to see a 12 again!