Hey all. Was just wondering whether Progesterone supplements have any impact on our BBT?? Actually I started my supplements since yesterday night and today in the morning my BBT was5 points higher..is it the natural rise or because of Progesterone supplements..any suggestions idea???
The natural rise is caused by progesterone and the supplements probably helped it go up even further. Since you are past ovulation, it won't cloud as to when o was. It's a good thing they don't rx progesterone until after o or it would really cause confusion on bbt charts. Btw, your chart is looking really good!
thx a ton...now i am noting the increase accordingly and hey thx again for checking out my temps chart and throwing in a comment...This is my first month of BBT charting and i was wondering whom to ask about my temps rise and fall:)
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