temp?

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  1. candybones

    candybones Well-Known Member

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    Would 99 be a good temp to have around 7-8 doo??
     
  2. Yankeegirl

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    I have had the same temp for the past few days and am also at 7dpo...and that is higher than normal for me (usually right at 98.6). Hopefully it means something good!
     
  3. candybones

    candybones Well-Known Member

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    Maybe we can get some advice hope so!!
     
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    katertots Well-Known Member

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    I think temp differs. My temp started off at 96.1 and now its at 97.7. I read that 96.1 is low considered to others, and have only seen one or two charts like mine with a low temp. Are you using a BBT? What time of the day are you testing?
     
  5. Hopin&Prayin

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    I was never one with checking my temps but I tell ya as soon as I woke up I got really warm, a temp spike? They say when a Woman is pregnant she feels or stays warm, I know I was last year when I was pregnant. Hopefully a elevated temp is a good thing... FX'd we all get our :bfp: soon ;)
     
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    monalisa81 Well-Known Member

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    Hi ladies,
    There is no standard good temp for any dpo. Because people all have different temp charts. A temp that is high for you can be low for somebody else. The important thing is the overall look of the chart. Generally temps stay elevated post ovulation. Good luck to you all!
     

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