Is It Possible My Wife Is Pregnant with Low Temperatures?
My wife has been charting her temps in the morning. She thinks she is about 1 -2 motnhs pregnant. I think it may be wishful thinking since she has taken 2 hpts and 1 blood tests and all have come back negative. Her highest temperature in the last ten days has been 97.7 -- I keep telling her that I thought when women were pregnant they had higher temps - in the 98's at least. Is this true?
Can you tell us about the temps when pregnant? What do they do - do they stay high for a while, etc.? I would appreciate any info that would help my wife undestand what's going on.
Besides that, what are the chances of her being prengnat with two negative tests (blood and urine).
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