DD had her first illness since dx. Roseola. She had moderate fever sept 7-9, and then a mild rash on the 10th and 11th, and no other symptoms besides reduced appetite. Her BG was high during her illness, and she did develop ketones on 2 occasions. We kept her well hydrated, gave extra inulin for the ketones and corrected for high blood sugars. I was actually pretty proud of myself for handling her first illness without freaking out, and not having any major issues. Especially because we were out of state on vacation (also our first trip since dx) But her sugars have been high ever since. Her diabetes team has told me to keep doing corrections and not to change her ICR bolus at this time, but this has resulted in maybe 1 BG reading a day being in range with the rest well over 200. I hate chasing highs and would rather try to head them off with a decreased ratio for carbs consumed instead of doing corrections. I am supposed to send in her BG log Monday and discuss what changes to make. My question is, how long do highs from an illness tend to last once the illness appears to be over? And how long do you wait with high numbers before changing ratios? Her bedtime numbers are pretty stable, so I don't think it's a basal issue. Usually the third day of a high at a particular time, I will change the ICR of the previous meal. But her highs are all day, and the corrections aren't even bringing her down all the way. She's on .5u for every 100 over 150.