Modified on: Mon, 24 Sep, 2018 at 1:03 PM
In this pattern, the physiological parameters increase in response to the increase in progesterone after ovulation.
For example, measured skin temperatures shift from a lower, pre-ovulatory range (typically around 34.5 - 35.9°C / 94.1 - 96.6°F) to a higher, post-ovulatory range (typically between 35.3 - 36.7°C / 95.5 - 98.1°F).
After the temperature shift, temperatures will usually remain in the higher, post-ovulatory range for several days.
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