My temp results are lower than oral BBT ranges, is this normal?
Tempdrop may read in a lower (in some cases, they can be higher) range than traditional oral waking temperature results. Look for an ovulatory pattern across the course of the cycle rather than the specific values.
If you have extremely low results (low 35sC or 95sF), it is worth double-checking correct wearing instructions to rule out external factors. Click here to check.
Most published information about using BBT ranges for health diagnostics (thyroid and metabolic health) are referencing oral waking temp results. Tempdrop ranges differ.