(Closed) What is consider high temperature when charting?

posted 6 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
9 posts

Well hello little lady, I think, in my experience, anything above 98.3 and even thought you just started temping, i have to say your chart is looking pretty good.  FX

Post # 4
2450 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

i think i read .5 to 1 degree is usual for an ovulation spike.

i don’t know if that’s what you are asking… in general, everyone has a different average temperature… but as long as it’s lower than the average daytime temp, it should be fine?

i usually stay between 96.5 and 97 pre ovulation and jump to almost 98 for ovulation.

Post # 5
881 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Yep, I agree with PP.  To confirm ovulation, you need temps usually 0.5-1 degree higher than your pre-O temps.  Mine tend to be around 97.5 pre-O, above 98 for post-O.  Everyone has a different pre-O avg temp tho, so you can’t compare directly.  What is high for one person may be low for someone else.  Yours is looking pretty good tho, I’d say another temp tomorrow above 98.3ish would give you crosshairs.  Hard to say for sure though since you don’t have temps for many of your pre-O days.  You can play with FF too if you want and put in fake temps for future days to see if you get CH.  Just remember to take them back out when you are done 😛

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