My boy Levon is being difficult. His BG tests have been consistent, if a bit high. Yellows and purples. However, his fructosamine test was through the roof at 825. My vet says that with such conflicting info we should do a curve. She explained that it may be a Somoji bounce (??) He may be going low, then over reacting by going to high. Or was it the other way around? Small changes is insulin for him have resulted in big effects, so getting his dose just right is tricky. Testing Levon is an ordeal. It's a two person job, requiring tight restraint with a towel. I think if I tried to test him every hour, he would be so far under the bed by the second test that we wouldn't see him again til the next day. Doing it in her office would, of course, be too stressful to be all that accurate. So, I wonder what I could learn from a curve. Is there info to be gained there that would affect his treatment? Is there a practical reason, or is it just knowledge for better understanding. And what is a Somoji bounce?