I was diagnosed with type 1 in May 2019. Recently, my waking up BG according to Libre has been very high. This morning, breaking all records it was 10.5. It seems from finger pricking that this high reading from LIBRE is probably about 1 mmol higher than the finger prick results. Since I have had nothing to eat or drink since 18.30 yesterday, to wake to such a high BG (with libre or with FP), can only be to do with the Glucose being thrown out by my Liver? Is that correct? Does anyone know why this might suddenly be happening at such a high rate now? I am assuming this is not the end of the so called Honeymoon Period, since it does not seem that the rise in average glucose is to do with the need for more insulin for food intake, only to do with the glucose being shoved out by my Liver. I usually take 5 units of Levemir on waking up, and for most meals which are salady stuff, (usually with animal protein)I take between 1-2 units of Novorapid. My last A1C was two months ago, and was a happy 41, but I suspect that will be higher when it is is taken next time. Does anyone have any ideas why I am experiencing this sudden rise in BG on waking in particular?