My son had a seizure last week on Tuesday, December the 29th. I tested him before leaving for work, and he was 85. The paramedics said when they tested him after the seizure he was 118. I had put his pump on a temp basal before leaving for work 30-45 minutes before to pull the blood sugar up. His blood sugar was high multiple times the night before, but no ketones per lab and urine samples taken in the ER after seizure. He had an EEG earlier in December with normal results and no abnormalities detected. We have a follow up appointment at UC Davis Medical Center, Neurology department next Monday to review the results of the EEG. We were referred to neurology for the consult and EEG because he had a normal blood sugar (170) after the prior two seizures in March 2014 and March 2015. His first and second seizures were caused by low blood sugars during the night. He has had normal blood sugars during the past three seizures. All of the seizures have been while he is sleeping, anywhere from 6-9 a.m. In the morning. An abnormal EEG would indicate epilepsy. Last weeks seizure was his fifth. It is frustrating not knowing what is causing them. The endocrinologist says they do not appear related to low blood sugars. It could be neurological, even though the EEG comes back normal. I was just curious if any other parents have a child with type 1 and seizures? My son's first seizure was due to a low blood sugar. I was sleeping in the bed with him. I gave him cake frosting and he was above 100 by the time the first responders got to our house. They transported to the ER in the ambulance, did blood and urine tests and CT scan. All were clear, they released him and he was out playing in the yard that afternoon. His second seizure due to a low blood sugar the last day of family diabetes camp, while he was sleeping. He was given glucagon, which stopped the seizure and he vomited the majority of the morning. In a couple years we are going to apply for a service dog from a local non profit which is about three hours away. Dogs 4 Diabetics out of Concord provides service dogs to families, but the child must be 12 to apply. This would be an extra tool, since my son is prone to seizures during the night. I know seizures can be triggered by various things. Just curious if any families have had a similar experience?