and your progesterone rises you will see a spike in temps that then remain on that level (I hope that made sense).
Ok... out that I Ovulate three day's after my period so I know that I need to have time with my husband the day...
into it all.
The very best in my opinion is using a temp chart along with tracking the status of my cervical fluid.
As back... "Taking Charge of Your Fertility". It is a great guideline for temp charting and for general women's...
it depends on your body. The medical standard is a 28 day cycle with ovulation happening day 14.
There are few women though who follow the medical standard and so using some sort of detection method (temp