Hello, Sorry in advance if this goes on a bit! I’ve been diabetic for 23 years and was going along perfectly fine controlling my diabetes through carb counting, novorapid and lantus/tresiba until a few years ago when my BG started to increase in the morning- which the dr said was the dawn phenomenon. That was irritating but I got over it. The problem is that it’s now getting worse! I go to bed at 5.5 and roughly half the time I’ll be woken up between 2 and 3 and it will be between 9 and 15. It wakes me up because it makes me feel very nauseous. The insulin resistance that is associated with it has kicked in and so I end up injecting between 6 and 12 units of novorapid to get it down to a normal level- I know this works because sometimes when I get up for work my BG is back down to a normal level. Every morning without fail it then spikes again with similar readings, sometimes before I’ve woken up and sometimes shortly after. On top of that it spikes again mid-morning roughly one day in three, and sometimes late afternoon/early evening. For example today I had my lunch, looked up the carbohydrates in that bread roll on the Sainsbury’s website, injected accordingly and three hours later it was 23! I did 9 units of insulin, just in case I’d somehow messed up, but 90mins later it had gone up to 24. It’s very frustrating! My diabetic nurse is useless, luckily I’m being treated by my consultant but even he seems to be at a loss what to do and when you go in his office he has certificates from all over the world saying how good and helpful he is. I did two weeks with the Libre this time last year and it was brilliant, although at that point it was only happening once per day. Does anyone have any ideas? Prior to this I felt fine, perfectly happy living with diabetes but now it’s starting to get me down. Any suggestions welcome!