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    Temp drop before ovulation?
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    An_247416 posted:
    Hello,

    I've read that some people experience a basal temperature drop right before ovulation. I took my temp this morning and it was almost a full degree lower than it has been. This is my first month charting temperatures, but wasn't expecting that much of a drop!

    My question is, is this large drop normal (from 97.4 to 96.6)? What sort of drop is normal and is this indeed a sign I'm about to ovulate? The ovulation strips says I should be... How much time between the drop and ovulation do you think I have to...do the do?

    Thanks!
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