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Irregular period. Taken BBT, duphaston. Suggest?

Hi ..Am taking my BBT for the last 5 months and cycles were irregular during last three months. And this is the first month of my medication with Siphene from Day3 to 7 and Duphaston for Day 16 to 25. Am ovulated on Day15 . I got my periods on excatly Day30 with a tempertaure drop, but on Day2 of periods and till now , the BBT is elevated which is abnormal for me. Kindly advice.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

BBT chart gives a rough idea on estimation of ovulation time. But temperature may vary according to general illness, common cold & cough, pelvic infection, systemic disease, change in environment/ place etc.

So, you need to rule out these factors. 1-2 days variation of BBT is nothing so important during period. But you would continue to track down BBT on regular basis.

Kindly consult with your doctor if needed. Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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