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My non-digital thermometer broke yesterday and I have a digital as a backup.<br>
I used the digital this am, but it said my temp was way down below my coverline. (97.89) Should I discard this temp and pick up a new thermometer when I go to the store today? I'm 6DPO today so I could stop temping and just wait it out.<br>
What do you all think?
 

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Every thermometer has its own varience, unfortunately - changing from any thermometer to another, especially a change like analog to digital, will cause charting problems. Getting another analog thermometer might get you closer to your last temps, and it mght be interesting to take your temp with both thermometers to see what the real differences are between the digital and analog ones.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">My non-digital thermometer broke yesterday and I have a digital as a backup.<br>
I used the digital this am, but it said my temp was way down below my coverline. (97.89) Should I discard this temp and pick up a new thermometer when I go to the store today? I'm 6DPO today so I could stop temping and just wait it out.<br>
What do you all think?</div>
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Looking at your chart...could you have had an implantation dip?????
 
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