About 2-3 years ago I had to start decreasing my insulin, based on blood sugars. I was in the hospital last summer 4 of 5 months for basically non-diabetes reasons as my insulin needs kept lowering. 3 years ago, I was taking 12units of Lantus twice a day and 6-10 units humalog, in divided doses, as needed. After 43 tears, I manage my diabetes quite different than the norm, but my a1c's have remained in the upper 6's to lower 7's. At this time I am taking 3-4 units Lantus in a.m. and 0-3 units in the p.m. I may take up to 4 units of Humalog ( usually less ) never taking more than 1 and a half units at one time. It's scarey, I have had blood sugar over 400, taken 1 unit and an hour later been in the 70's! Also I usually had reactions 3-4 times a year ( BS's below 60 ), now I have BS's as low as 20 and with few symptoms and I just take care of it by myself! I've checked these with a 2nd glucometer. I havn't had an insulin reaction where I needed help in 20 years! The norm is to get insulin resistance- not me! I was labeled " Brittle" before I left the hospital 43 years ago, but this is flat out weird. My Endocrinologist hasn't a clue. Anyone else experience anything similar?