We've been at this diabetes things for over 2 years. My diabetic daughter is 6, and I thought I was really on top of all this diabetes stuff....but every three months for the past three years we have to adjust something with her insulin. I get it straighted out, bg's and everything are "perfect" (whatever that means for a Type 1) and then three months later we are "out of control" and have to adjust the basal or carb ratio, or even the ISF. I thought for certain it was the seasons... hence every three months. But I just want to know from all of you, does this sound normal? Changes this frequent? I know she's growing and stuff, but should it steady off eventually? We've been at this 2 years, I considered myself a bonified PHD in diabetes, but now I want to bang my head against the wall.
Sept = super high all day. Made some adjustments. Sugars great... now three months later in December....super low all the time. Time to change again. UGH!
Please give me your experiences.