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For obsessive temp takers, i have a ?

Has anyone every taken there  temps at night and noticed a difference once they got there BFP?  I was just looking threw my calendar from the last time i got preggo, and noticed that i had temps that were like 99.0-99.3 and mourning temps were like 98.5.  Last couple of cycles of ttc, i would take my temps at night also and noticed that they were only 98.7 and 98.0-98.2 in the mourning.

Im sure its enough just to take temps in the mourning but i was wondering if there were any obsessive temp takers who also took temps at night and got a BFP
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162784 tn?1227296050
I'm an obsessive temp taker (even during the day).  Not lately though but I would take my temp at night and I know what the normal temp would be for luteal phase and before.  For instance in the LP my night temp would be 98.4 to 98.6 and I'd wake up and get 98.2 or so.  But if you temps are higher I'd say things are looking good.  

I even obsessed so far as to write down my temps every hour while sitting at my desk and compare it and I actually noticed the same pattern each month (highest in the afternoon).  That way I had a clue on what my temps would be ahead of time.  I know, it's crazy but I'm crazy LOL.  

Good luck!

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603838 tn?1238534975
I noticed with my chemical the same thing...afternoon temps ranged from 99.1- 99.4. My temp usually is high 97's, low 98's so I knew something was up.
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Wow paranoid,, every hour, i tried that for like 3 hours then i was forgetting lol.  Ty ladies so much for your input
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