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  • alfred0809

    Your basal body temperature is your temperature when you’re at complete rest. Your basal body temperature changes based on a number of factors, including your hormones.

    When you ovulate, the hormone progesterone causes your temp to rise.1 It remains higher throughout the two-week wait. Then, just before your period starts, the hormone progesterone drops. This means your basal body temperature will drop too—unless you’re pregnant, in which case your temperatures will remain higher because progesterone will stay high.

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