Since I started using my Dexcom G6 80 days ago I have learned so much about my Type 1 diabetes. One troubling thing I have noticed is that injecting fast-acting (Novolog) into my thighs results in very delayed absorption. However, the insulin doesn’t go dead! This morning at 12:40am my glucose was 185, I took a bolus of 4 units of Novolog to bring me back to my target of 100 but when I woke up at 4am my glucose was 166! I drank my morning coffee and took the required insulin to cover my creamer carbs and the additional to bring me back in line then I jumped on the elliptical and BOOM! My glucose cratered!!! As long as I can exercise or move around the insulin absorbs just fine but if I am inactive the insulin just stays pooled without absorbing. Has anybody else encountered this? How have you adapted?