This question was answered on Wed 11, Aug 2010 01:47am by Dr Sanjivani Wanjari

I feel more warmer than normal boby temperature inside my vagina now that I am ovulating

    
Asked by badgirltxk (Female; 27; D and c; Relevant drugs:not shown ) on Mon 09, Aug 2010 12:47pm

I feel more warmer than normal boby temperature inside my vagina now that I am ovalating

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Answer by Dr Sanjivani Wanjari  on Wed 11, Aug 2010 01:47am:

Hi, your observation is correct , normally there is a slight increase in basal body temperature, after ovulation, due to hormonal changes by only about 0.5 . this is mot normally perceived by women. I suggest you maintain a temperature chart, if there is a rise of > 0.5 , then you may be having fever. Consult your Doctor accordingly. Take care.

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