Thanks, Heather. I just wrote you a long reply, and then the website insisted I log in (again) and didn't seem to print my reply. In short, thank you for your reply to my post. I have one diabetic son and the other with unknown problems. Thank you for sharing what happened to your daughter. Scary! We still check Jesse (the one with Diabetes) every night at 2:00 a.m., though he doesn 't fuctuate too much at this point, due to the fact we are going with a low-carb, low insulin diet. He's only taking the 24 hr. insulin, that is pretty steady. No big roller coasters for him right now. We will keep in mind the correlation between low cortisol and low insulin. I wanted to tell you about a watch that measures blood sugars every ten minutes automatically, and has an alarm that sounds when blood sugar goes too low. Thought you might want to know about it for your daughter. I think it's quite expensive (about $600), but you might feel a need for it, after your experience. Thanks for letting me know they don't ALWAYS get out of bed and alert us. I guess that's what I can't rely on. That's why we still check Jesse during the night. Travis has thus far proved to have O.K. cortisol and blood sugars. I don't know what causes the shaking that sometimes occurs. Perhaps I should be taking his temp, as Christ says this is low with thyroid problems. This could make the inner core of his body feel cold, I suppose. Thanks again. I hope this will post this time!