If so many factors can make your temp increase or decrease (no matter whether you ARE indeed ovulating or not, pregnant or not, how can this be a reliable source? Everything from what you've eaten the evening before, to the change of temp (even slight) in your bedroom if it is warmer or cooler than the previous night(s), stress, lack of sleep, etc. all affect your morning BBT. My CM and OPK indicated ovulation. My BBT's were low for 4 days , then rose, but fell the day after that. My temps go up a degree then down a degree. It is has been like this for my entire luteal phase this month. What gives?
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