Yikes. I am just catching this post. I am really worried about you! I too, had hypo's all my life really, but more so the last 3 years before diagnosis. It would mostly happen after eating a straight/high carb meal like a bagel, etc. I completely believe that your pancreas can just freak out in the end! The important thing for you to remember here is that YOU know how you feel. Check that C-peptide, the antibodies and your numbers an hour, two hours, three hours after meals. I am certain you can predict your future based on what you will see and the symptoms at those times. "D" is so unpredicatable, and I totally feel that the pancreas can work well, and then fail, and recouperate for months, if not years. My dad was Type 1 at age 32. So, after borderline gestational "D" with both my girls, my symptoms of thirst and fatigue especially after meals, just got worse and worse. They checked my fasting every year and it was always normal. What about those post prandials? Finally 6 years after my last pregnancy the Diabetes hit, at age 28. Then Maddison was diagnosed 9 months later. That, to me, means ALOT. I believe type 1's can be pre-diabetic for weeks, months, years. They will tell you that doesn't happen, but I disagree. Anyway, I don;t mean to freak you out, but you need to trust YOUR feelings. Take the initiative to make sure you get all the right tests done. Keep us posted!