Bit of a vent / pity party / 'please help me!' post. Everything is crazy with diabetes. I go above 360 a lot of days (probably about 1/4 or 1/5). Lows happen infrequently but randomly. I'll be in range after a meal one day, and in the 400s the next. I know D isn't supposed to behave, but I feel like what is happening with mine is abnormal. From what I read on here, most people who check 12 times per day, wear CGM, bolus very frequently for corrections when outside of range, don't overtreat lows, log carefully and pump with Apidra are able to achieve an a1C below 8. My last a1C was 7.9 and things have been a LOT worse since then, so I'm assuming I'll be above 8. Possibly closer to 9. I don't get it. I'm so freaking frustrated. This will probably be blamed on depression etc but I swear this is the one thing that I deliberately try not to let slide (I'm not saying my care doesn't get any worse, because I'm sure it does, but it's not like I'm skipping boluses or corrections and I'm changing my basals every few days). I really don't know what to do. I'm going to post in this threads my list of diagnoses and the meds I'm on, and maybe someone will be able to flag something up which could be causing the BG crazies. I have: T1 (obviously) Hypothyroidism (TSH at lower end and T4 at upper end when last tested)Allergies (treated, only mild symptoms) Depression (treated but still symptomatic) I'm taking: Citalopram 30mg daily Levothyroxine 125mcg daily Cetirizine hydrochloride 10mg daily Dianette birth control pill daily Apidra in pump Lantus 11U daily (around 50% of overall basal) Has anyone noticed any of those meds interfering dramatically with BG? Anyone got any ideas for stabilisation? Right now I feel like low-carbing might be my only option. I might also try switching back to Novolog, since although Apidra works faster it's possible that it's making things worse. I'm so frustrated. You can probably tell. ANY ideas welcome; I really appreciate it.