Hi@vanin11. Welcome to the dumbfounding world of Diabetes 2. I was diagnosed 19 months ago and have been researching and talking to people on other forums since then, particularly about high A.M numbers. My PCP knows nothing about diabetes except what the computer printout tells her, so she is no support. The endo I go to is getting ready to retire so I suspect he is not as interested in my questions, so I always say that I am my own doctor! I have had high fasting morning numbers since this all started. I have tried to find an answer, but if you stay with this group, you will find that we are all different—–what works for one does not work for someone else. But you will get some good suggestions and information on what to try.
My endo calls me a controlled diabetic: I take no meds; I maintain by mostly food choices and am not a person who exercises. I’ve asked my endo every visit why my numbers are high in the morning and he has no answer. I try to be diligent in eating protein and veggies at night, and I seem to do better with that combo. I do not use sugar or eat fruit often because my numbers would be too high; I do not tolerate fruit at all. I wish I had the definitive answer for this situation, but I am still in the experimental stages and consider myself “new.” If I ever find an answer for high morning numbers, I will shout it from the rooftop of this forum. Maybe as you experiment, you will stumble on something that works for you. I hope so and wish you luck.