Whoopsie daisy

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Whoopsie daisy

Soooo, if you take a peak at my chart, you'll see a big ol spike before I o'd. This morning I realized that my thermometer registers 97.7 everytime you turn it on and doesn't *save* the last reading as I thought it did. Duh! I can't remember that morning but I suspect I temped, went to sleep, and then recorded it later. Sheesh, I'm an idiot! How should I fix this? Or should I? Thanks ladies.

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I'm new at this but you could just take it out since you know it's a not valid. It shouldn't affect your chart at all.

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Thanks Belinda. That's just what I did. Now it looks muuuuch better.

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I was wondering about that Smile

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It's a common mistake, don't feel bad. If your thermometer said on the package that it saves temps, then try pressing and holding the "on" button until you see "1," then let it go and it will give you the last saved temp, then push it again quickly and let it go and it will give you the second to last temp, etc. HTH Smile

ETA: At least that's how it works on my thermometer. Check the instructions that came with yours to see if it's the same. :goodluck:

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Thanks Mary. I never thought I would fall victim to screwing it up. Lol!

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I made that EXACT same mistake this months, which is why I discarded temps from CD 13-14. Oh well.