My 4 year old, Gavi, is on a sliding scale for Novolog right now. If his blood sugar is under 100, no insulin. 100-200 .5 unit, 201-300 1 units. 301-400 1.5 and 400+ 2 units (he just started Novolog 2 weeks ago, the doctor is still trying to find the best dose for him). He was going under 130 at bedtime so the doctor had us reduce his dinner dose by .5 unit. Last night before dinner his blood sugar was 237, so we gave him .5 unit instead of 1 unit. He ate at least 1 serving, maybe a little more, of whole wheat pasta. At bedtime it dropped to 56. the only symptom was hunger, that's it. It doesn't make sense how his number would drop so drastically with such a small amount of Novolog. Any ideas why this would happen??