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Does every pregnant woman's basal body temperature go up or is this just one thing that can happen while pregnant?

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It is standard. Your basal temperature initially lowers to indicate you are ovulating. A spike in temperature during the middle of your cycle indicates that you have finished ovulating. When you are pregnant, your temperature will stay high, rather than return to its cycle.
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