It seems as if your early morning glucose levels are still too high. The reason for this may be that your liver is "making glucose" during the night - a simplified explanation for the process of gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis that is taking place in the liver. Other hormones may also contribute as several hormones are secreted during the early morning hours.
You must discuss your high fasting readings with your doctor as maybe a change to your medication dosage can improve your glucose control.
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