If I was temping I would put down the first temp and between the pervious and the next one draw in a dashed line instead of solid so that you know not to pay too much attention to that temp. The second one wouldn't be very accurate b/c you should get at least 3 hours of consecutive sleep before temping. If you temp early you can add I think 1/10 of a degree for each half- hour and be pretty close to the right temp. Tomorrow will tell I suppose.
Also- I temped for a while and always had a fall- back rise, where my temps fell below coverline after O every month.
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