Good morning all. Woken up on a lovely number of 15.9 this morning - not the first time in the last few weeks and not happy with this considering my post meal BG last night about 10:30pm was 14, and I injected an extra unit to ''correct to 10'' as my DSN has instructed me. I've gone back to Lantus once a day at 7pm, injecting 30-31 units, and I am on a low to moderate carb diet. Yet I rarely see my levels below 10 if I'm being real. I've practically started living off of eggs, meat and halloumi because I'm fed up with my constant high sugar levels. I probably inject under 10 units of Novorapid a day. The issue is if I am starting high, my level just builds on that whenever I eat, and hovers around 15 all day. Yet last weekend my level dropped from 10, to 8 to 6.9 within an hour and the 8 to 6.9 was after I ate a snickers! This was with 1 unit of bolus 5 hours prior just to cover a few spoonfuls of ice cream. Although the drop was probably because I was in bed all day with a new partner, having about 5 ''workouts'' and then a shower. What do you guys do to counter the dawn phenomenon without a pump? I set my alarm for 3am the other day and tested, and I am defo not going hypo over night. It's like it slowly rises overnight. I've even pushed my Lantus back from 5pm to 7pm. I did inject a couple units at 3am that day but still woke up at 11.7 .