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Wondering if your temps are normal? Before you ovulate (follicular phase), temps are usually 97-97.8°F. After ovulation, they usually jump up to 98-98.8°F. If your follicular temps are consistently below 97° or even in the very low 97's, sometimes this can indicate thyroid issues. After ovulation, the higher the temps the better (generally speaking). Ideally, you'd want to see temps in the 98.3-98.6 range. Lower temps can sometimes indicate low progesterone, sluggish metabolism, thyroid…

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Couples who are trying to conceive can use this fertility grocery list to help maintain a healthy diet. Consult a medical professional for advice specific to your situation. Free to download and print

Most fertility problems are caused by hormonal imbalances. Clinical studies indicate that women who have unexplained infertility or those who are struggling to conceive after the age of 35 could be helped by getting their hormones back into balance. Some examples of hormonal imbalances are: An estrogen imbalance (usually excessive) can cause conditions such as …

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