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What is the normal BBT in early pregnancy?
Last Updated: 5th May, 2020
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Simply so, what should your BBT be if you are pregnant?
Your body temperature dips a bit just beforeyour ovary releases an egg. Then, 24 hours after the egg'srelease, your temperature rises and stays up for severaldays. Before ovulation, a woman's BBT averagesbetween97°F (36.1°C) and97.5°F (36.4°C). Afterovulation, it rises to97.6°F (36.4°C) to98.6°F(37°C).
Subsequently, question is, what is a normal BBT? A: The average range of BBTs is between 97.0-97.7before ovulation and 97.7-99.0 after ovulation. Ideally, a woman'stemperature will not bounce around more than .5 degrees in thefollicular phase and will stay above the coverline during theluteal phase.
In this way, does your BBT stay high if pregnant?
Waking or Basal Body Temperature(BBT) After ovulation, your temperature usuallyremains elevated until your next period, about twoweeks later. But if you become pregnant, it remainshigh for more than 18 days. A sustained rise in wakingtemperature almost always indicates that ovulation hasoccurred.
How do you check your basal body temperature?
The process for basal body temperature tracking is simple,but it does require a small commitment.
- Every morning before getting out of bed, you'll take yourtemperature and note it on a chart.
- Take your temperature as close to the same time every day asyou can.
- Plot the thermometer number on a chart.