Had an argument with my teen son regarding correction doses. It was late evening and he was going to do his Levimir before bed. His BSG was 17.7 so I asked if he'd drank enough - he said yes but I'm doubtful - then I said he would need a correction dose of novarapid. His correction dose is 1:5. I thought 2 units, possibly one seen as he is sensitive at the moment. He refused and said he didn't think he needed it and said that was what his levimir is for. Who is right please? Just for extra information - he is currently trialing the freestyle libre 2 which has been waking him through the night saying he is having a hypo when he isn't (confirmed by finger prick). I believe he is avoiding the correction dose as he thinks going to bed high means the libre sensor won't sense a hypo and will leave him to sleep. I have tried talking to his specialist diabetic team about this issue with the sensor and two further issues but they have failed to call me back after leaving 2 messages.