Re: Blood Sugar High won't go down.
Your blood sugar is most likely higher in the morning due to the dawn phenomenon. Everyone has this, but it can cause problems in people with diabetes. Your body prepares for the coming day and dumps glucose from your liver into your system. Some people have a stronger dawn phenomenon than others. I know that some people do better if they eat a small amount of carb before they go to bed. I know it sounds counter intuitive, but the addition of carb seems to circumvent the glucose dump.
As far as when to take insulin, you would take an insulin injection daily or twice daily of the long acting like levemir or lantus (some people do better splitting the dose. For the fast acting, you would take it when your glucose is high and/or when you eat carbohydrate. Depending on when and how often you eat carbs, you number of injections per day would vary.
Hope this helps a bit.
Dxd T1 1966, 2001 dialysis, 2002 kidney transplant, 2003 insulin pump, 2008 pancreas transplant