Hi guys Have just found this place, I'm 30 years old and have had type 1 diabetes since 2003. Recently if have had a few periods where I have needed to reduce my insulin significantly because I'm having so many hypos, This is the third time it has happened to me in a couple of months, each of the previous times it has last around 2 weeks and then got back to levels I'm more familiar with for a couple of weeks before it has happened again. I've reduced my bolus from 18 units -10 and my fast acting from 1 unit per 8g carbs to 1 unit per 15g carbs, I've left the bolus constant in the periods where I have felt more normal I have need to increase my fast acting back to stop me being sky high There's been no change to my activity level, the main other thing which I have found can effect sensitivity is the weather and although it is a little warmer I haven't experience such change for going from winter to spring in my previous years. I have spoken to the nurses from the hospital where i get my regular care, who said it was unusual but didn't see any major cause for concern and I should monitor my glucose levels to make sure I'm not going low too often. I've dropped a little weight from 100kg to 95kg and have had a rash which also flares up every now and again over the last couple of months. I've seen my GP who just felt it would be some kind of infection. However it is tough not to worry when I can't understand why unusual things are happening to me. I think(hope) there's a good chance I'm over thinking it and I have been told by numerous medical professionals it's nothing to worry about. I just wanted to ask if anyone had ever experienced the same thing or has any ideas what might be causing this?