Welcome to the Type Weird club!! Just wanted to let you know you are NOT alone -- there are many people who don't fit into the tidy little boxes. I invented the term Type Weird for myself, because I don't fit in the boxes, either. But other people are welcome to use it if it helps them come to terms with their own personal diabetes. There are CERTAINLY forms of diabetes which, being less common, have not been "discovered" or researched.
The most important thing for you at this point is not type, but how you treat your diabetes -- spikes above 200 are not healthy, and you may need something to bring them down. Whether that's oral meds or insulin or nothing is up to your doc and you, so I would recommend that you do as much reading about diabetes, both types, as possible. One site I particularly like is Diabetes 101 by Jenny Ruhl. But there are lots of other sites and lots of controversy about treatment and diet, so you have to become as educated as possible in order to make your own decisions. It's YOUR body, and you need to know enough to make the decisions which will affect it. Good luck!