Wow! That is quite a jump in temps! Normally, after ovulation, temperatures stay in the 97-99 range, so you're just a little over "normal". But what's really amazing to me is that there's such a big difference between your before and after O temps. As a comparison, my temps used to be in the 97s before ovulation and in the 98s after. Are you on any fertility meds? And do you chart online?
I do chart online but on fertility friend. I just found this site yesterday so I will be charting here from now on. I am on CD 35 and got a neg pregnancy test again so who knows what my body is doing???? I am not on any meds I am trying to do it natural for a few months before I go that route again. I think I may have to go to my doctors office and get some hormones levels drawn and make sure that isnt why my temp is out of wack? Thank you for commenting.
Hi again! Yeah, although your chart seems to indicate a normal cycle with low temps before O and high ones after, it might be a good idea to have a couple of blood tests done. Usually they start by checking your estrogen and FSH levels on day 3 of your cycle...followed by a progesterone test about 7 days after ovulation (around cycle day 21 or so in a normal cycle). Best of luck!
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