I have an 18-month-old who was diagnosed with type 1 approximately four weeks ago. We have been steadily decreasing his insulin due to hypoglycemia. We had several nights where he would drop 100 to 150 mg/dl [5.5 to 8.3 mmol/L] over 6 or 7 hours. Then, last night he dropped 100 mg/dl [5.5 mmol/L] in 3 hours. As a result, today we stopped the Lantus and will only be using Humalog, 0.5 units/50 grams of carbohydrates with a sliding scale for corrections. At this time, the correction dose is 0.5 units for 250 to 349 mg/dl [13.9 to 19.4 mmol/L], 1 unit for 350 to 449 mg/dl [19.4 to 24.9 mmol/L] and 1.5 units for 450 mg/dl [25.0 mmol/L] or higher. This was given to us by the endocrinologist's office. I assume that he is in the honeymoon phase, but I am slightly concerned that giving so little insulin will stress the remaining pancreatic function. Is this normal? They are also talking about moving us to diluted insulin. Is diluting the insulin really that different than only giving 0.5 units?