Why is temperature important?

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    aaaaaaa

    Great article thanks!

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    emmajanepage

    Thanks for the clarification. Very helpful.

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    lputrya

    I got my period, but my temperature has been in the 97.1-97.3 range.. What does that mean?

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    angelbaby2785

    I am prone to getting night sweats and wondering if that will negatively impact my BBT. I can sleep in the exact same temp room, same clothes and covers and wake up completely overheated and sweaty one morning and not the next. I have been taking my temp at the same time first thing when I wake up every day and am noticing a slight difference the days I wake up with night sweats. Is this variation going to mean I can't track ovulation using this method?

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    little_angel0621

    You guys are great at explaining everything! Thank you

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    bdowell84

    Hi I'm really new to this and having no luck with ovulation sticks and just wondered how you know your ovulating by temp? Sorry for silly question.

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    Lauren

    Hi lputrya, thanks for contacting us! That's a totally normal range for your temperature during your period and follicular phase.  Nothing to be concerned about :)

    Hi angelbaby, thanks for contacting us! Unfortunately it's possible that night sweats and restless sleep may affect your BBT, but I'd encourage you to try temping for a few weeks to see if you can get a reliable reading - you'll never know until you try.  I hope this helps.

    Hi bdowell, thanks for writing! This article will answer many of your questions :) https://kindara.zendesk.com/entries/23626932-BBT-101

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    fancy84572

    How do I know what days I'm ovulating

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    sierrastaxreturns

    So when my temperature spikes, that's when I have more sex to get pregnant? Or right before it spikes?

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    sierrastaxreturns

    Also, taking your bbt, should it be taken orally? Under the arm?

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