I'm feeling completely overwhelmed and I feel like I'm driving myself a bit crazy here, guys. I feel like it's just been one worry after another since Oscar has been diagnosed on Oct 24th (I also apologize if I've been driving you all crazy with my questions). I'm starting to get nervous. For those who don't know, my cat Oscar was diagnosed a couple weeks ago and was originally started on 2u. I was also told to absolutely not home test, and to not go looking online for help (lol). Well considering I highly suspected Oscar went hypo his first shot, I threw that advice out the window very quick and came to you all. It was suggested I start at 1u 2x per day (he only spent 1 day at 2u). I got a meter and was finally able to test him, and I've been trying to take full advantage of that. Which is why I'm a worried wreck now. HIS NUMBERS JUST WON'T GO DOWN!!! And when they do go under 400 he starts acting strange. He gets very lethargic like. When he's acting like himself, his numbers are often above 400. After a few days of nothing but red and black numbers, I increased to 1.25u. Followed by more red and blacks, I started him at 1.5u today. Earlier today his BG was higher at +6 than it was at his AMPS. He's still urinating and drinking water like crazy, and he's never not hungry. His diet has been fixed, he's eating 3 cans of FF pate a day (sometimes a little more when he's acting real hungry, but never 2 hours before shot time), and we took dry food away about 3 days ago. I give him dried freeze chicken bites for treats. It's really done nothing to help his numbers. I've been researching day and night, trying to do everything right, and I feel like I'm just hurting him. I feel like it'd be harmful to keep titrating so slowly, when he's been in high numbers for this long. Could a larger increase be warranted in this type of situation? I almost feel like I'm taking in so much information at once that I'm starting to confuse myself. I'm hoping someone could take a look at my SS and help me figure out a plan here. I trust you guys more than I trust my vet at this point, any help would be appreciated. Btw, I've been testing for ketones and they regularly come back negative.