Hello Jacquelineann, this is something serious, and concerning for you. To get right down to 2 is a very low level to get too and not be aware, do you have a hypo kit in your possession? These are mainly glucose tablets, but I prefer some food, even the carbs in crisps have helped me get the recovery under way, Have you seen the Hypo Awareness course that this site is running? I Have completed it and it is very informative and when you are successful you can have a wrist band of your choice. You are so right to test and check when you start to feel 'odd', a rethink of your diet and activities is also important, so that you can find the bit that let you go so far down the scale. I am aware of my hypo's when they start, and I know that I must get to some food and a drink quickly. Here on the site to help you, and all the other members are so knowledgeable, they will give you all the help and support you need, so get yourself a fall back and keep testing for safety, ttfn from Karen.