I am the spouse of a type 1 diabetic who uses the omnipod insulin pump. I have "lived" with diabetes as a spouse for over 35 years. The worst feeling is to be "on call" 24x7 for the lows. Today he played doubles tennis, had breakfast, changed his pod, and several hours later experienced a very bad low. I fortunately was with him and gave him orange juice and additional carbs. He was extremely hostile while low and does not remember anything about it including his catatonic state. He has hypoglycemic unawareness and tries to keep in tight control. Are there any other spouses out there who have these experiences? It is a thankless position to be in and very frustrating as I hope that he does not have a low when someone is not around, mainly me. My life has revolved around his disease and his lows. The fact that he does not acknowledge these lows if very upsetting to me. He tried to wear the meter that would signal lows and highs but became frustrated with it and will not use it.