Unfortunately this isnt' the forum to individually manage your glucose levels
The type and dose of insulin varies for different patients, and depends on factors such as whether you are type 1 or type 2 diabetes, and in the case of type 2 diabetes as to what stage you are in. Doses of insulin are adjusted based on the glucose readings. You are on a mixed insulin, which limits your options to adjust the insulin. The morning glucose is generally a reflection of the liver, as this is where your glucose comes from during the night, whereas during the day, it is mostly from food. Morning glucose levels are lowered by increaseing the dose of insulin prior to supper in the case of a mixed insulin, and therefore your evening dose of Novomix needs to be adjusted up. If your doctor isn't able to advise, then you would need an educator or another doctor. Sometimes(depends on the country) the companies have educators as well to assist with insulin adjustment. Alternatively you could look up insulin titration on a mixed insulin
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