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Body Temp In Early Pregnancy
Sharp LLQ pain for 5 days. Pelvic U/S neg. Body aches and 99 temp. No constipation. S/S of early pregnancy/too early to test. Can't explain abd pain?
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I am 16w1d pregnant & have been tracking my basal body temp for almost a year, even after my pregnancy was confirmed. When can I stop taking
Now!: Congratulations! The main reason to track it is to see when you are ovulating to time intercourse to become (or avoid) pregnancy. Now that you are pregnant there is no longer a need to track it. By the way, I highly recommend Ina May's Guide to Childbirth by Ina May Gaskin: http://inamay.com/books/ ...Read more
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.
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. ...Read more
I am 4dpo and my temp was 100.2 is that normal? I've read it's a sign of early pregnancy, is that true? If so i would b so happy. My hubby an i r ttc!
42 days without a period, higher than normal basal body temps, other pregnancy like symptoms, but 4 negative tests. Could i still be pregnant?
Is it okay to let a 100.7 degree fever run its course w/o taking meds in early pregnancy (7.5wks)? If fever rises, at what temp should I take Tylenol?
Tylenol IsPrettySafe: It depends on how you feel.If you can eat and drink normally and feel fairly well, then a temperature of 101-102 will be tolerated fairly well.Over 102 I'd take something even if I felt OK.It also depends on what may be causing the fever, no matter how high. If it's a minor "viral" illness like a cold, no problem,but if you have some other serious medical problem then even 100.7 could be worrisome ...Read more
Is it true that basal body temp. lowers to pre ovulation phase temp. after placenta takes over from 12 weeks of pregnancy? Whts the science behind?
I am 3 days into my period, its lighter than usual and my basal body temp has not gone down. No chance of pregnancy. But I don't eat often. Any Ideas?
Sounds ok: There is nothing abnormal about having a light period. Many with heavy periods would happily trade places with you. It is not clear why you are checking basal body temperature during your menstrual cycle. This is not likely to yield any useful information and is not typically recommended. If you are concerned about an abnormal appetite consider seeing a primary care doctor or nutritionist. ...Read more
My normal body temp is 97.5-98.0 if the day pf my missed period it is 98.8-99.2 could that also be a sogn of pregnancy?
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
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