Well I took 2 temps this am - at 4am it was 97.4 (but my normal time is anywhere from 5-7since it never usually varies that much) then at 7:30 it was 97.7 - So I don't know. Today I've been all over the place from 98.5 to back down to 97.5 throughout the day and having hot flashes. I don't know if it's related to my yi. I am treating the infection now with Diflucan - and we'll see if it brings my BBT down at all - however I heard antibiotics can screw with temps too - so guess I'm not gonna put too much stock into temps for a while! I'll just start OPKing and BDing as soon as this all clears up down there - that way I at least have bases covered. I hope the Diflucan doesn't screw with my pH down there and kill all the sperm! It's just one pill and should only be in system for a few days so we'll see!
I was on antibiotics a week or so ago and they didn't change my temps at all. Hopefully the same for you. I'd go with the 4am temp this am even though isn't the normal time. Once you wake your brain up with temping, it will continue to rise. I'm feeling a little more optimistic for you now :)
Yay! thanks - you being optimistic gives me hope! I'd be REALLY surprised if I Oed this early since my body is notoriously late for everything (AFs, Oing, etc.) CD21 ovulation last month and my provera period took 18 days to show, so it'd be pretty crazy if my body decided to be fashionably EARLY for a cycle!
I better get my BD on soon just in case!
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