Be sure to use ovulation tests in conjunction with your basal charting to provide you with an accurate sense of your most fertile time of month.Take your temperature first thing in the morning before you get out of bed or even speak -- leave your thermometer at your bedside within easy reach so you don't have to move much to get it.
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Staying within a half hour either side of your average time is a good idea because your temp can vary with the time (i.e., if you usually take your temperature at 6 a.m., it is OK to take your BBT between -, but the closer to 6 the better).
The normal variation is by up to .2 degrees per hour -- lower if you take your temperature early, higher if you take it late.
What you are looking for is a temperature shift of at least .4 degrees over a 48-hour period to indicate ovulation.
This shift should be above the highest temperatures in the previous six days, allowing one temperature to be thrown out as inaccurate (fluke, illness).
Basal thermometers can be purchased online at Early Pregnancy Tests.