I think you need to have more days of it happening before you can decide if it’s a continuous problem since you’re okay in the afternoon.
But every morning, anywhere from 6am to 9am my BG shoots up, not eating anything, nor drinking anything, mostly still being in bed. It is not uncommon for me to go up 100-200 points within an hour to 2 hours. My arrow on my sensor usually points straight up or angling up. If I drop in the middle of the night it starts to happen even sooner.
I have a lot higher basal setting starting at 6am, and then even more at 9am, but I can’t compensate enough in a presetting for that climb not knowing exactly when it’s going to happen. So I have to catch it when it starts for an extra dose. Hopefully sooner versus later,
When it first started I don’t believe it happened every day. But I didn’t even know that it was happening every day until I got my CGM. My thoughts had always been , gees I’m high today I wonder why, to I’m normal but not knowing within 2 hours I wasn’t going to be normal and maybe wondering at an afternoon bloodstick why I was so high. sometimes I did catch the rise and wondered what had happened that it shot up.
Going up quickly sometimes makes me not feel well either, I’ve learned never to eat in that time period or to take a shower then as both help raise my BG and I can feel really bad. I delay eating in the morning and I take my shower in the evening when it doesn’t seem to make my BG go up as much.