A 26-year-old female asked:
I read that if a woman's core body temp rises, it could affect her chances of pregnancy, because the sperm cannot survive inside her body. true? ttc.
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Dr. Alvin Linanswered
Geriatrics 32 years experience
Basal body temperatu: Some women will measure basal body temperature to determine when they ovulate. They might notice an increase in BBT a day after ovulation http://www.fertilityfriend.com/courses/lesson.php?p=1;7;0;0. If trying to conceive, start taking prenatal vitamin now to lower risk of neural tube defects. See Reproductive Endocrinologist if unable to conceive after 12mo active attempts.
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