Basal body temperature (BBT) charting is a good way to get to know your body's menstrual cycle ups & downs. Remember however, that BBT charting is only accurate if you have had at least 4 hours of uninterrupted sleep and you took your temperature immediately after you awake and before you get up out of bed and you use a BBT thermometer. With that being said, let's briefly discuss what the BBT charting will show you. A normal, healthy woman should see a biphasic BBT chart. That means you should have a chart at the end of the month that shows two distinct temperature groupings with one being higher than the other. This biphasic appearance means that the phases of your menstrual cycle are happening fairly normally and that for the most part, all your hormones are functioning normally. The first part of your BBT chart should have temperatures that are slightly lower than the 2nd half of your chart. The lower temp's are due to the estrogen heavy 1st half of your cycle; the higher temp's are due to the progesterone heavy 2nd half of your cycle. Ovulation will occur as a slight increase in temp over 24 hours (up to 0.5 degrees) about midway through your cycle. Once you have ovulated and the 2nd half of your menstrual cycle starts to kick in, you should see a rise in temperature that will remain elevated until your period starts. On the day your period starts or the day before, you may notice a drop in your BBT. This most likely means you are not pregnant. If your BBT remains elevated for approximately 18 days in a row after ovulation and you miss your period, you are most likely pregnant.
It is most unusual.
Yes, but it is unusual.
Of course she can. For some women, they can have a menstrual cycle throughout their entire pregnancy. Although this is unusual, it is not impossible.
it is possible to be pregnant and have a period.
It can make it harder. That does not mean you can't, though. You can chart your ovulation, check your temperature with an ovulation thermometer BEFORE YOU GET OUT OF BED, and have sex during that time. Remember that it is very unusual that a woman truly ovulates 14 days after her period. It takes a little practice at first. If that fails, visit you gyno. Good Luck!!
It is very unusual to do so.
No. A 32 day cycle is not unusual, so it does not mean you are pregnant.
It is unusual but yes a woman can get pregnant using these.
Some women do experience bleeding during ovulation but if this is unusual for you then it may be implantation bleeding or caused by a infection.
Pregnancy with the IUD is unlikely, as is a period when pregnant. Taken together, it is very unusual to be pregnant with an IUD and still have your period.