Since my team won't respond to me, I'll ask you. I want to know if dosing for snacks would be called stacking. If you need more info, lmk. Here is the typical daily schedule: 8am test, breakfast, novlog, 5units of lantus 10am snack Noon test, lunch, novolog 2-3pm snack 5-6pm test, dinner, small amt of novolog 8pm test, bedtime, no insulin Carb ratio is about 1unit per 10carbs (eyeballed) Correction is 1unit for 250-300, 1.5 for 300-350, 2 for 350-400, 2.5 for 400-450, 3 for 450-500, 3.5 for 500-550 and 4 over that The correction gets added to the carbs. So if she's 300 and having 20 carbs she gets 3.5units Novolog. Are snacks covered by Lantus (what team told us)? If I dose for them, will she go low, or will she get better numbers? Since we stopped mixing insulins, we've knocked her lows w/vomiting down to once every month or two, but she spends the rest of her time usually over 300. Increasing the Lantus seems to increase lows. Increasing mealtime Novolog seems to increase lows slightly. If I dose for snacks wont' that be like mimicking a pump? Thanks Edited to add: not looking for medical advice, just thoughts, opintions etc... and I will get ahold of someone tomarrow and talk it over with them.