Hi all, Its not often I write on here, I was wondering if anybody else has experience of having severe hypos (where they collapse) during exercise or relating to exercise? I've been running for 7 years and a type 1 diabetic for 17, but I had my first ever outdoor severe hypo while exercising last week. I also have an insulin pump. I was running a 10k race like I do a couple times a month. Tested my blood 30mins before the race and was 6.7. I now realise this was a probably a little too low if I add in the exercise I had already done, running to the event and warming up for the event. I ate a glucose tablet and then saved the pack to consume while I run, a tablet each mile. Turn my insulin pump to temp basal 12%. Unfortunately after about 3 mile I found my pace dropping from 6:30, to 7:00, then 7:30. I felt the odd jolt and then minute later I wake in an ambulance, I've had my first seizure while running! I'm asking the other runners and ambulance staff, "has the race started?", forgetting I was on the starting line 30mins ago. I've had numerous seizures this year, one in March, April and May mainly from over-dosing/correcting and exercise. Have any of you had seizures due to diabetes hypoglycaemia? What is the best food to have if you feel low? Dextrose tablets? Lucozade tablets? Lucozade drink? I've lost a bit of confidence I used to have when I ran, now I fear a hypo if I run on my own.