So uhm, this one has me super puzzled. This morning I woke up with a 6.3 value - that's a pretty average value I seem to default to even when I go to bed lower than this. I took my 2 units of Novorapid for my 25g carb breakfast but decided to hop into the shower instead and get dressed before eating. 25 minutes later I sit down to eat, test, and I'm suddenly rising rapidly. 7.4 on an empty stomach! I didn't even have a sip of water yet. (Yes, I washed my hands again after the shower because I use lotions.) Now what the heck? I've noticed that when I hold this routine I seem to spike after breakfast no matter what I eat or inject. I always wait 15 minutes before I eat, could an extra 10 minutes in the shower really trigger my liver to dump glucose? I don't shower particularly hot as I don't tolerate heat well, and I am very insulin sensitive in heat, but I never imagined a shower before I eat could cause this. Does anyone have any experience with this themselves?