"A woman's preovulatory waking temps typically range from about 97.0 to 97.7 degrees Fahrenheit, with postovulatory temps rising to about 97.8 and higher. After ovulation, they will usually stay elevated until her next period, about 12 to 16 days later. If she were to become pregnant, they would remain high throughout much of her pregnancy, gradually dropping a few months before childbirth."- Toni Weschler, Taking Charge of Your Fertility
Toni Weschler is a nationally respected women's health educator and speaker who has lectured at hospitals, clinics, and universities since 1982.Related Posts:
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