It's used when you take the temperature to find out when you are ovulating and means Basal Metabolic Temperature aka Basal Body Temperature (BBT).
It is possible that you are pregnant. A decrease in BBT could indicated a decrease in progesterone. You need to have enough progesterone in your system to sustain a pregnancy, so if you think you are pregnant and your BBT has dropped, you should see a doctor asap (you can increase your progesterone level with pills or injections, but you may miscarry if your temperature remains too low).
Hi, A Womans basal body temperature (BBT) is NOT a indication of pregnancy. BBT will rise slightly during ovulation, illness, due to activity or period. BBT it itself is definitely not a indication of pregnancy. Indication of pregnancy is: * Missed period. * Nauseous. * Headache *Breast tenderness *Abdominal cramping. *Increase in cervical mucus.
It is possible that your BBT did increase but the thermometer had a mis-read. You would need to have an increase in BBT to show that you ovulated, and you need to ovulate to get pregnant, and then the BBT needs to stay high to sustain a pregnancy. The increase doesn't have to be much (as small as .2 above the coverline can be considered, I believe).
Basal Metabolic Temperature or sometimes BBT (Basal Body Temperature).
Pregnancy causes an increase in white blood cells in the blood like illness does. This is what causes a temperature increase. Therefore an increased body temperature may mean you are pregnant, I had an increased temperature and sweating during my pregnancy.
BMT also called Basal Metabolic Temperature or sometimes BBT (Basal Body Temperature).
It is normal to have a BBT above the coverline for the first couple days of your cycle. So it is possible that you have your period, are not pregnant, and your BBT is slow to decrease. It is also possible that your BBT is high because you are pregnant, but then the vaginal bleeding would have to be implantation bleeding or other types of bleeding that are normal in early pregnancy if the bleeding is NOT heavy. If it is anything other than light bleeding, it is either your period, or you need to have it checked out asap.
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Yes, you could be pregnant. It is also common to have sore breasts prior to menstruation, so it's hard to say. It is also normal to have a high BBT (98.5) prior to and even in the beginning of your next cycle, so it doesn't really indicate pregnancy any more than it indicates an upcoming menstrual cycle. If your period is late, and your BBT is still high, then that is a more promising sign of pregnancy, and you shoult take a HPT!
Personally I would not rely on BBT as a indication that you are pregnant. Wait until your period is expected hun and if it doesn't arrive then test.