Sorry to be starting so many threads and being so needy Thanks to all for help in my learning. Question is: what is your nighttime goal for BG? Recently, one of our CDEs mentioned that I should make adjustments because of "lows" that son was having at night. I had changed the basal program so that from 3:30 a.m. to breakfast, sometime as late as 10 a.m. in the morning, he was relatively steady, maybe a very slow drop, to a BG of 93 - 115. He often is in the 90s during sleep with no significant drop. She said that under 100 "should be treated". I thought steady in the 90s was good?? Maybe even really good?? (Note, he does wear a G4, I do at least one night check, usually 2, and I'm up by 6:00 when I check the Dexcom again. Bedroom is adjoining and I can hear alarms if G4 working well.) We are having a little difficulty with bedtime because we eat dinner around 7 p.m., he wants a snack by 10 p.m. before bed, and so there is a large "hump" or dull spike which will work off by 2:30 or 3 p.m. She saw this as a steady decline in BG over the night whereas I see it is a normal spike due to food and IOB still. She suggested a very small basal increase at lunch and dinner, which I did adjust, and he had his first nighttime low at 1:30 a.m. in awhile. (And the dex was off - it said 90 and he was 64 and unaware Transmitter dying maybe.) Generally, he is still high at 1:30 so I was surprised for such a significant difference and hold out that some mild to moderate exercise before dinner might have had a delayed effect. On the basal, I'm going back to my old routine. It was at least keeping him safe, but I still wonder that she wants me to treat a 95?