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#1 of 3 Old 01-18-2014, 08:54 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm attempting to start charting.
My main problem seems to be the accuracy of the thermometer. The last one I had was like almost always at least a whole degree off and then some. I didn't know if I was just cold blooded so I took 2 of my kids temps and it was off for them too. So I got a new one (regular kind, in TCOYF she says you can) and I like to check my temp a few times before the waking temp to get a feel for it. This one gave me 98.3 & 98.2 at night time after I got home from the store.
So my question is should I add .3 degrees to it or just take it for face value????

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Anyone have any thoughts on this?
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I'm on a new cycle so I will just take it at face value and get used to how my temps look with this thermometer

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