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Dec 09, 2011 - 1 comments

from now on since i did not know that time i tem an stuff has to be at the same time every morning i am going to temp in at exactly 8:30 am

ya i am not going to try to good spelling on theas

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by Des_a_rae, Dec 09, 2011
Lol, good plan!  Now is that at  8:30 PM or Am?   And if you temp everyday at 8:30 am make sure you wake at that time and have had at least 3-4 hours of sound sleep lol.  See temps are so picky and I'm sorry for sounding picky... :(.  That's why it's so stressful, it's sooo freakin picky, you have to have so much sleep, you have to temp at the same time, you can't get out of bed before you temp and the list goes on and on and on. lol.  Hopefully this will help!.

Basal body temperature is the lowest temperature attained by the body during rest (usually during sleep). It is generally measured immediately after awakening and before any physical activity has been undertaken, although the temperature measured at that time is somewhat higher than the true basal body temperature (see Fig. 1). In women, ovulation causes an increase of one-half to one degree Fahrenheit (one-quarter to one-half degree Celsius) in basal body temperature (BBT); monitoring of BBTs is one way of estimating the day of ovulation. The tendency of a woman to have lower temperatures before ovulation, and higher temperatures afterwards, is known as a biphasic pattern.

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