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When I NEED an accurate reliable temperature to figure out of I O'd yet!
Ladies, please tell me what you'd do in this situation.
2 days ago you got a positive OPK, yesterday it was negative. Yesterday you had a significant temp drop and crampy O feelings all day. Your normal temp time is 9:00am but last night you were up and down all night. At 6:33 your temperature was 97.45F and at 8:46 your temp was 97.77F.
I don't even know where to begin, as I'm sure that I barely got more than 3 hrs of sleep before waking up at 6:33... and 6:33 to 8:46 isn't 3 hrs either.
Any suggestions, or should I just NOT put a temp in for today? I'd prefer not to leave it empty just because, as luck would have it, this is an important temperature.... however I don't want to put in a temp that is way off and get incorrect results, either.
Ok ladies I've been brewing up ideas over coffee this morning... and came up with this.
I took the time between the two temps which is 7:40. Then I took the median temp which is 97.61... then used the temp adjuster to adjust from 7:40 to 9am... and it gave me 97.88.
Am I doing more harm than good by doing all this? It's driving me bonkers and that was the easiest solution that I could think of. I also marked "sleep deprived" so it has an open circle (seems to be the trend for me this cycle...) and I can easily remember that the temp might be weird.
Any other ideas or is this just about all I can do?