My son was diagnosed 3 years ago with type 1b diabetes. He was 19 months old, islet cell negative, a1c 6.8 and not in dka at time of diagnosis. He's always been really sensitive to insulin, we spent 2 years on diluted Humalog and .5 to 1 unit of lantus. When he finally was taking enough diluted insulin to transion to regular strength Humalog, we started pushing for a pump. Our endo said the diluted couldn't be used in a pump because the concentration is too varied. July we started with omnipod and things were going fine. 2 months ago we experienced our first severe low-glucagon-call 911. It was terrifting, but we made it through. 2 weeks ago another severe low at daycare, 35 bg and dex arrow down. This one has shaken me up so much more. He was running .10 basal and bolusEd .20 for breakfast (1 to 200 carb ratio). In the last 2 weeks. We have been running 24 hour basal of .05 and giving .05 corrections when above 300 and staying there on the cgm. Yesterday we ran .10 basal for the first time from 3 pm until 1 a.m. he was showing a need for more basal during this time. This morning running .05 basal, ate breakfast 28 carbs, no bolus. At 1030, bg 95 and 1050 bg 50. Cgm arrowing down. 46 carbs later lower 200s. I suspended all insulin delivery and placed another call into endo. I don't know what to do. In terrified of giving my son even the tiniest bit of insulin. Literally the picture of someone in panic mode. I don't know from day to day how his body is going to react to even the tiniest amounts. Obviously his body is still making its own insulin. Docs say honeymoon is rare 3 years out. MODY testing was all negative. AnyoNE heard of anything like this? Suggestion ideas I welcome it all. I dont know how to keep my little boy safe anymore and it's consuming me. I go back to work next week and don't know how I'm supposed to have daycare manage him. Help!