Temps Does It Matter What Time Of Day

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Tasha - March 16

Hi! I was wondering if it really mattered what time of day you test your temperature - i've read that it's usually in the morning you get out of bed. But I;ve been having alot of other symptoms (tugging achy feeling along bikini line, nausea, dizzy, backaches, headache, very very tired, some cramps a week ago which isnt normal for me, sore br___ts) and that last 3 days I have been taking my temp in the evening and it's been around 98.7 which is very weird for me...I'm never above 98.0...usually I'm around 97.2-97.5....

 

emily - March 16

You test in the morning because it´s the only time of day with exactly the same routine, i.e sleep. During the day can very due to walking around, eating, drinking, stress, and is never predictable. you chart in the morning because it´s when your temps are most stable. 98 sounds perfectly normal for an post-ovulation temp and especially if you took it during the day. Missing af is the only reliable symptom there is. Look at me, i have cla__sic preg signs and I havent even ovulated yet. The body is a complex thing. Hope i helped, baby dust.x

 

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