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How can you follow your temperature to know when ovulation is occurring?
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Dr. Philip Chenette
Fertility Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Check in the AM
Check your temperature every morning before getting out of bed.
Look for a temperature drop, usually around d12-13, and then a half degree temperature rise, day 15-16.

In brief: Check in the AM
Check your temperature every morning before getting out of bed.
Look for a temperature drop, usually around d12-13, and then a half degree temperature rise, day 15-16.
Dr. Philip Chenette
Dr. Philip Chenette
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Dr. Guy VanDell
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Basal body temp char
Buy at walmart a basal body thermometer and chart your temperature from the day you start one period until the next.
Google a basal body temperature chart and put the information on there, that's how to do it.

In brief: Basal body temp char
Buy at walmart a basal body thermometer and chart your temperature from the day you start one period until the next.
Google a basal body temperature chart and put the information on there, that's how to do it.
Dr. Guy VanDell
Dr. Guy VanDell
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