Hello! I posted over in Rocket's SRT thread yesterday about his progress. He's doing well... maybe too well, as I think I'm starting to have a hard time keeping ahead of his (what looks like) rapidly declining need for insulin. Tagging @Wendy&Neko again - sorry But would love to hear from anyone with advice of course. I thought about posting this in the L/L forums, but this really is a question dealing with post-SRT concerns only, so I figured this would be the best place. Here's what's going on. I've taken what amounts to back-to-back reductions this week, because Rocket has been having some great time in low blues, some low (for SRT) greens, and some looooooong cycles where he keeps dropping all the way to shot time and beyond. This morning (and last night) I shot 8U; I was prepared to shoot 8.5 or 9 today because he was a little higher overnight, and I thought his reduction failed. But he kept dropping 'til shot time, so I shot 8U with his BS at 118. My last test at AM+4 was 79, which means we might be on hypo-watch again today. What this means is another tense day today. I'm so happy that his insulin needs are dropping, but the stress is getting to me. So much testing, no real time to do anything, but the hardest part is always wondering if I'm making the right choices, and the protocols don't apply here. Wendy, and/or anyone experienced with this, would you mind taking a good look at his spreadsheet for maybe the last two weeks and see if I'm missing anything? I'm looking particularly at some of the really long cycles, and how to make dose decisions when this stuff happens. I'm also curious what you guys make of his progress so far. Is this normal for post-SRT? I guess there really isn't a "normal." Ok to sum it up: What do you make of his long cycles, and his recent numbers in general? Am I making good choices so far? Should I reduce by half units, or whole at this point, and as often as needed? At what meter reading do I try to start steering his blood sugar back up? 50 like a "normal" diabetic, or sooner, like 70? Thanks, I just feel like this is new territory and I'm a little uneasy here.