Listen to the entire sequence again, checking to make sure all edits transition smoothly. A trick for this is to close your eyes and replay the clip to see if you can tell where the cuts are. Then you'll know where to adjust.
If needed, use keyframes to make adjustments to individual clips. For example, if you recorded a shot of someone closing a door and the audio of the door closing was too loud, use keyframes to bring the volume down in that area only.
Use keyframe highs and lows within a clip for detail adjustments, but do not get lost in keyframes.