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Temperatures prior to ovulation are usually, but not always, somewhere between
97.4 and 97.8 degrees, a fairly narrow range. After ovulation, the ... Not everyone
agrees as to exactly when ovulation occurs in relation to the temperature shift.
B, ovulation, then, would most likely be occurring, if her temperature-charting is
correct, at the dip on day 14 or early on day 15, or in between. Not all ... It seems
very unlikely that ovulation would occur that early in a twenty-nine-day cycle.
In the typical or "average" woman, the peak CM symptoms will be observed in the
same twenty-four-hour period in which laboratory tests indicate ovulation occurs.
In that same typical woman, the twenty-four-hour period between recording the ...
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