I have gastroparesis. Having higher BG two hours after eating is normal, if this is what you mean. Going low after eating & then high hours later is a sign of gastroparesis because of delayed stomach emptying. It’s frustrating, to say the least, & unpredictable!
I have dawn phenomenon, but wonder if part of this is really food hitting many hours later overnight when insulin is gone.
I don’t have any pain after eating, but I sometimes get this odd kind of queasy feeling when my stomach does empty.
Gastroparesis usually strikes hardest at dinner. Eating a heavy evening meal makes it worse. Red meat is hard to digest, so I eat poultry or fish. I was told to avoid raw foods, to make sure food is cooked well, to chew thoroughly & to avoid high fiber since fiber slows down digestion. I also take digestive enzymes with meals. I test constantly after dinner to catch the highs. Sometimes it takes 5-6 hours after I eat to digest.