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    that the lower your temps are at night, the higher they are in the morning?i have been prediciting my temps for the past week and know that when i will get a temp drop at night the higher they will be in the morning, and the higher they are at night i expect a drop in the morning. Not sure if this works for everyone but it does for me


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    I've never taken my temp at night, so that's an interesting theory there. Do you think you could predict the temp rise after O doing it?

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    im not too sure bout predicting the temp rise after it hmm.. but its worthwhile trying

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    Can't hurt! I might try it next cycle, if there is a next cycele

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    yep definately cant hurt!! yeah hoping there is no next cycle for you!

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    Hey Renee, I am opposite. I know I can expect a temp drop the morning after a slightly lower temp in the evening.

    Check out this chart I did a few months ago.

    I found it best to temp after reading for 30 mins or so

    Tanya

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    wow Tanya, thats weird that your the opposite lol glad im not the only one to discover it hehe must be based on our own personal pattern the way it works yep i sit still for about 20 mins or so and take my temp
    Last edited by renee84; October 20th, 2006 at 11:20 AM. Reason: wrote wrong name lol

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    Hi Ladies!

    Interesting theory. I think I might try it for this cycle and see what sorta pattern i get

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    yay Ngala

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