I am having trouble with my (Novolog) mealtime bolus peaking very early. I peak at 30-45 minutes. This is a problem due to my problem with slow digestion (gastroparesis). I have been instructed to take my mealtime bolus after eating, in hopes this will help with the bolus peak and digestion timing. I am experiencing a hypo about twice a week. My hypos are now in the low 30's. Tonight, I calculated my I:C with my pre-meal test of 82. I do not want my blood sugar to go above 100 at anytime. I ate and took my bolus after eating and at 45 minutes I felt light headed and I tested and my bs was 34. I took 1 tbsp of honey, waited 15 and tested my bs, it was 65. I didn't take any additional carbs because I have to take 8 oz. of prune juice before bedtime to help with chronic constipation and there are 43 carbs in the serving of prune juice. I tested at 10:00 PM and my bs was 94. My awareness for hypo's is getting worse with each hypo. I was not even shaking at 34, I just felt light headed. I know I need to consult with my doctor, but I am thinking of taking my mealtime bolus 1/2 hour after eating and see what my 1 hour bs is. I think that short acting insulin might be a better choice for my mealtime bolus. The only thing is that it's duration can last up to 6 hours. My meals and snacks are closer together than 6 hours and I don't want to stack doses. Any suggestions?