Hello, I am new here. Here is a basic overview of the journey to this point. My cat, Bubby, was diagnosed in December 2017. We are currently on our second vet. The first started him on 4 units of Lantus, twice a day, and put him on Hill's MD dry food. After a week he suggested increasing to 5. Everything I read made 4 seem too high for a starting dose (I was extremely worried and anxious about this) so I consulted with another vet and took him there after that first week. We moved down to 2 units twice a day. We stayed with 2 units for a couple of months, just doing checks at the vet's office. I recently started home testing with a Relion Micro. A couple of weeks ago, the current vet wanted to move him up to 3 units but I talked her into 2.5. In our very first meeting she told me that if a vet ever suggested a full unit increase, "take your cat and run." So I was pretty distressed at the mixed messages. So here we are, 2 weeks after a half-unit increase, and Bubby's numbers are all over the place. I thought for awhile maybe his insulin had gone bad because he was staying so high all day long, but he's come down a few times since then. I am supposed to send the vet his latest AMPS numbers on Tuesday. I'm going to send her all of the numbers though. We had also talked about switching him to low carb canned food after he settles in to this dose. I am hoping that some experienced folks can take a look at his spreadsheet (hopefully I set it up right?) because I am afraid she will suggest another increase and I'm not sure what is even going on with him now. Is he bouncing continuously on this dose? Does that mean it's too high? Or does he really just need more? Or was a half unit just too big of a jump? Thank you for any insight you can give. I am feeling so discouraged and worried all the time because I don't feel full trust in my vet and there aren't any other options nearby.