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How does your temperature change during your 30 days?

Verified by Dr. Nancy Yen Shipley, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon
Our Answer
What our doctors say

Body temperature is actually super sensitive to hormone levels. So, body temperature may be higher or lower when it is ovulating or having their menstrual period.

In general, between your first period day to ovulation, your temperature should be below your average body temperature (roughly ranges between 35.75-36.40 °C or 96.3-97.6 °F).

Between ovulation to the start of the next period, the hormone progesterone raises your temperature to above your average body temperature (roughly ranges between 36.40-36.90 °C or 97.6-98.4 °F).

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