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February 2nd, 2011, 06:13 AM
Irish_Wristwatch's Avatar Running with Scissors....
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So I woke up around 1 am with a super stuffed up nose, I tossed and turned all night and finally fell asleep around 3, when i woke up at took my temp this morning at 6 it was 96.91 (which is really low for me) I am pretty sure its because of the disturbed sleeping or sleeping with my mouth open since i cant breath through my nose. I took my temp with the babies ear thermometer and it was 98.4, should i use that temp? or should i just break from charting till im feeling better? The only reason im really concerned is because i think i Od yesterday.
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February 2nd, 2011, 06:55 AM
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I would enter the oral temp and the time and then somewhere in there is a box to check that you were sick or something.... see what happens the next couple days and you can change it if you need to
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