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Thermometers
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so as most have said, it is important to have a good body temp, so that the enzymes can process the bovine ovary supplement.

I would strongly recommend having two different thermometer's, to check, here is the reason why:

I had a digital thermometer, which was reading 96+ degrees when I took my temp orally. I have tried everything to raise my body temp, iodine, kelp, etc.. nothing seemed to be working. out of instinct, I purchased a different digital thermometer, which came in yesterday.. using that one, I got a temp of 98.2,  I immediately tried the older digital thermometer and got a temp of 95 degrees. 

I am glad I got the new digital thermometer. so, that being said, if you have a low body temp, it may not be your body, it may be the thermometer...just something to consider.
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(14-02-2018, 01:42 AM)Tanya Marie Squirrel Wrote: so as most have said, it is important to have a good body temp, so that the enzymes can process the bovine ovary supplement.

I would strongly recommend having two different thermometer's, to check, here is the reason why:

I had a digital thermometer, which was reading 96+ degrees when I took my temp orally. I have tried everything to raise my body temp, iodine, kelp, etc.. nothing seemed to be working. out of instinct, I purchased a different digital thermometer, which came in yesterday.. using that one, I got a temp of 98.2,  I immediately tried the older digital thermometer and got a temp of 95 degrees. 

I am glad I got the new digital thermometer. so, that being said, if you have a low body temp, it may not be your body, it may be the thermometer...just something to consider.


Funny I never checked my temp once in the 1.4 years I took it.
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(14-02-2018, 08:08 PM)Nikki9 Wrote:
(14-02-2018, 01:42 AM)Tanya Marie Squirrel Wrote: so as most have said, it is important to have a good body temp, so that the enzymes can process the bovine ovary supplement.

I would strongly recommend having two different thermometer's, to check, here is the reason why:

I had a digital thermometer, which was reading 96+ degrees when I took my temp orally. I have tried everything to raise my body temp, iodine, kelp, etc.. nothing seemed to be working. out of instinct, I purchased a different digital thermometer, which came in yesterday.. using that one, I got a temp of 98.2,  I immediately tried the older digital thermometer and got a temp of 95 degrees. 

I am glad I got the new digital thermometer. so, that being said, if you have a low body temp, it may not be your body, it may be the thermometer...just something to consider.


Funny I never checked my temp once in the 1.4 years I took it.


Well, it had been said that you need your body at certain temp for the enzymes to work on the BO. I was just  posting this to help others who may think they have a low body temp, but it could be the thermometer... always good to check out the equipment before you go on a long journey thinking your body isn't working right...much cheaper too.
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