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    Default Temping Help!!!!

    It is hard to tell because it hasn't actually confirmed ovulation, although there's a big spike.

    There are rare cases of ppl not getting positives until quite late. Hope that's the case for you. Good luck.

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    Default Temping Help!!!!

    Thanks!!! I am clinging to the slim chance

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    We are clinging that slim chance

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    Fingers crossed for you Poida!

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    It is normal to have high temps after AF? I am on CD5 and my temps are up above 36 degrees

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    Default Temping Help!!!!

    Is the weather hotter? My temps have been different to last month.

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    Not too much more than normal. The next couple of days here in Melb are due to be warm so will see what my temps do.

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    Default Temping Help!!!!

    I thought AF was over, no bleeding yesterday but its back today. Very strange.......My doctor has given me a referral for a ultrasound as AF was a couple of days late. Should I get it done?

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    I have noticed that weather makes no difference.

    When you say "over 36 degrees", by how much? That doesn't sound high. From everything I have read, it sounds as though mine are too low for being BELOW 36 degrees (they're not always, but sometimes). Just wondering why you think 36 is too high?

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    Default Temping Help!!!!

    My pre o temps were always around 36.2 and my post o temps around 36.5.


 

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