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Does Your Body Temperature Rise You Pregnant
Actually variable: Effects. The effect of exercise on melatonin levels is variable depending on the timing of the exercise during the day and the intensity. Late night intense exercise has been demonstrated to lead to an acute increase in melatonin levels, not so true with late night low intensity exercise. While daytime exercise(whether high or low intensity) seems to have limited effect on melatonin. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
When charting basal body temperature each morning to detect ovuation, what type of temperature change would let you know you are ovulating?
When doing BBT (basel body temping) can your temp rise and stay up without ovulating or is the temp rise always a sign you've ovulated?
Sorry: Even with very regular cycles there is never an always with bbt. They are mostly reliable an predictive, but even trained experts don't always agree on the exact details of reading a BBT chart. ...Read more
Not a fan of bbt: At ovulation a woman's temperature will rise 1/2 to 1 degree. In all my years as a practicing md & ovulating woman, I have encountered far more confusion re: this "method" than actual empowerment. It's hard to get that just right BBT every am for months at a time & then to properly discern a pattern- frequently when you ovulated becomes clear once its too late- just use the pee on a stick lh kits! ...Read more
Temperature varies: There's no single temperature for everyone to reach- the basal body temp varies from person to person. We do not normally used basal body temperature to determine if someone is pregnant. If you have been charting your temperatures for the past 2-3 months, you may see there are changes with ovulation, and perhaps other changes if you are pregnant. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
no: Your core temperature does not rise. The blood vessels in your skin dilate causing the sensation of warmth as your cutaneous nerves sense this, but it has no effect your "98.6" temperature. ...Read more
Not specifically : Mittelschmerz is merely ovulation pain. If the pain is related to ovulation the temperature should rise that day or in the next two or so. Very stressful for patients to do the temperatures. We recommend for regular cycles not to worry about this measurement. If cycles are not regular or 28day, you should seek some assistance. ...Read more
What will your body temperature be in your luteal phase, and what else about body temperature would let you know your in the luteal phase?
Half degree rise: Luteal phase generally shows a persistent temp rise of .5 degrees f. Generally starts 12 to 16 days before expected period. The pattern of rise is often very irregular, and frustrating to read. We now know that an average rise of . 5 degrees is all one needs for it to be normal. The actual luteal phase temperatures hover irregularly around 98 degrees. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Within a hour or so: Depending on the amount of shiveringGet a more detailed answer ›
Generally not: You haven't mentioned how high your basal temperature is. ...Read more
Options: Possibly anemic or thyroid issues. But most likely nothing. Check with your obgyn for a check good luck. ...Read more
When your body temperature is real hot and you always get cold chills through your body what does that mean ?
It's all physiology: Bacteria and viruses that cause human illnesses have specific requirements; oxygen, sugar, protein, and a limited temperature range for life and replication. Immune system messengers, cytokines, cause the perception iof chilling which causes lots of rapid muscle contractions (shivering) generating heat (fever) slowing pathogen reproduction . With chills we bundlle up & reduce body heat loss ...Read more
When you keep to much ATP in your body your body temperature rises high could that be a reason for flu and the medication counteracts it ?
No such thing: interesting ideas, but I suspect you have misunderstood something you learned in school or saw online. There is no such thing as "too much ATP in the body". If there were, it would not cause fever or elevated body temperature, would not increase susceptibility to influenza or any other infection, and would have no effect on medication for flu or anything else. Best wishes. ...Read more
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