Hello Diabuddies! I hope you are well I had a brief conversation with my consultant on the phone, in regards to my hypoglycemias and being unaware of it during the night. A short start: I am on novorapid and levemir. I was prescribed Tresiba by my new consultant on 2nd April.as a way to reduce hypos and as we all know, Tresiba is a flat profile insulin. I started this on the 3rd April starting at 9 units. From then onwards I was experiencing hypos during the night and with the libre, my boyfriend was able to help me. I took it every day at 21:10 at night and because of the hypos I switched to take Tresiba during the afternoon around 12:15, then I was experiencing hypos during the day and wake up low during the morning without novorapid on board. Fast forward to 15th April, I spoke to my GP asking about what I should do, because I don't see my consultant until June and I'm going back to university for my final year living by myself this september. GP said it is out of their expertise but only referred me for therapy. 17th April - a DSN contacted me because of my urgency and in need of help and advice, she told me to reduce my Tresiba by 50% so 4 units and ask my consultant about the technologies that are available because I'm hypo unaware during the night (my boyfriend did witness this on my libre). So after that conversation, I contacted my consultant to talk about my concerns. He said he would refer for pump therapy but even then I might experience hypos with a pump. I said I understand that as well, but my main concern is I could be dead during my sleep and being away from home, I have no one to call for help if I needed it. He also said a CGM wouldn't help in safeguarding my hypos either. In the end he said if I can reduce my hypos on MDI, it'll be better for everyone and myself. (I know pumps are expensive). So other than reducing my insulin doses, I feel I've exhausted my options I am on minuscule dosages of novorapid and small dose of Tresiba. My question is: In theory, how would a pump help my situation if I were to be given that opportunity to have one?