My family and I are here in WI at my mom's house. When we stay here, my boys sleep on the main level in my nephew's room, while DH and I stay downstairs in the basement, along with my older sister. Well, this morning at 6:15, I heard my sister screaming. I ran upstairs and found her dragging Caleb into the living room, yelling that he was just having a seizure in bed. He'd stopped seizing by that time, but he was totally unconsious. I grabbed the Glucagon and gave it to him. He woke up, but wouldn't talk and his eyes were totally blank. I ran downstairs to get some pants on and then called 911while DH checked his bg-68. This is the first time this has happened. I have never been so scared in my life. I was shaking so bad and was trying so hard not to cry. The ambulance came to take him to the ER and they let me ride along with him. I chose to have him taken to the hospital where he was born and dx'd at since I recognize and remember most of the staff there. He was only there for about 5 minutes when he said he had to pee, but once he was in the bathroom, he threw up. They started him on an IV and I paged his endo back home in MI. They kept trying to get him to eat, but he kept saying his stomach hurt. After about an hour, he ate 2 bites of a sausage, but then ended up throwing that up too, and then he just fell right back asleep. They let him sleep for about an hour and a half and then woke him up. This time he was finally able to eat and keep it down, so they let him go. Overall he was in the ER for about 4 hours. He doesn't remember anything from this morning, except being in the ambulance. It was so scary to ask him who I was and to have him look at me like he didn't know me while we were waiting for the EMT's. He was able to say my sister's name, along with his dad's name though. I know that this can happen again and that in a way he's lucky that this was his first one since it's been almost a year since his dx, but I hope it never happens again. I'm so glad that about 5 months ago I took one of his expired Glucagon kits and read the directions and actually mixed it up. I would not have remembered what to do this morning if I had to rely on just previously reading the directions. I was shaking so bad that I almost couldn't get the needle into the vial to mix the Glucagon. Caleb has always been terrified at the sight of that needle, but I'd always told him if we ever had to use it he wouldn't feel it. I just had always hoped we'd never have to. So needless to say, his endo has us taking his Lantus down to 10u from 12u and wants us to run him a bit higher the next few days. He doesn't want him below 100 at any time. Caleb will also be sleeping downstairs with me for the remainder of our time here. I'm so exhausted, but I know that every sound or move he makes will have me checking on him. How do you get over the fear that it's going to happen again???