I have changed the cartridge twice (though at the time it started, I had been using the first cartridge for what I think was too long, so you might consider it only once)
I have changed the tubing twice (same situation applies)
I have changed the site three times. (all before they "should" need to be changed)
As far as I can tell... I am not sick.
What else can I check? Oh and my cartridges are not in any of the recalled lots (though I suppose there "could" still be something wrong with them... but I doubt it)
Any help much appreciated. Before Sunday, all problems seemed to just be about getting the basal and bolus amounts correct, and all could be easily explained, so I wasn't too concerned about those as things were "close enough" that I knew I could figure it out over time and all "mistakes" (basal rate, bad guestimates for carbs etc) were easily fixed.
I have been multiple dosing for the same highs over and over (and eventually give a shot) and currently have my basal (which occasionally made me a tad low if I didnt eat at my very predictable times) set to 150% of the normal. I get no errors other than the two that I know I caused (one occlusion and one for not following the correct load procedure).
Edited to Add
Also a shot will bring me down surprisingly quickly (by the usual amount of insulin for the high, hopefully "proving" that I am not sick). However, after the pen shot of humalog I stay down surprisingly long and even seem to continue to drop low, which makes me wonder if its possible for the basal function of the pump to be working but the bolus aspect be "broken"??? Which would seem unlikely to me... but I still know very little about this whole pumping deal