Good point ref switching off, I do this if my levels aren't above 6 before I drive, but at other times I try to battle it out to try and find out what is happening. Pretty good day yesterday and levels pretty well up and I did a set change yesterday too. Didn't alter anything, as thought would give it time as citilopram is working out of my body and this new duloxitine has just started. This morning I have dipped back down low again, despite disconnecting for an hour for my bath pre massage this afternoon. At least my GP is at the moment giving me enough strips to be able to check so regularly!!! Quite happy though, as for the last couple of days my brain is more active during the day-despite last night accidentally giving my hubby my medication to take with his vitamin tablets!!!!-Fortunately he noticed!!!! So my stupid, incidents of daftness haven't changed yet!!! This morning as well, first the first time in many years, the pulling sensation in my legs from the fibromyalgia has eased considerably. Under review from GP for the fibro in 3 weeks, but he will not look at or discuss my diabetes as he does not understand the pumping aspect of it, so the help here has been marvellous and reassuring as well. He does realise highs/lows ref pumping etc, but not actually how to manage them, the only thing he has done once, is to look at my pump because he had never seen one....help here has been great, so thank you (again).