WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?!?

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WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?!?

Postby kblevins513 » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:57 pm

I am now 4 dpo and I woke up this morning with a temp of 98.68, I started to feel a little bit warm today so I took my temp again and it’s 100.5. I don’t feel sick at all. Does this have anything to do with maybe I could have caught the egg?!??
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Re: WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?!?

Postby Danaa » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:04 pm

At 4 dpo the implantation hasn’t even happened so most likely is not related to that,ur progesterone is growing or something affected ur bbt.
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Re: WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?!?

Postby noreenn » Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:38 am

An implantation dip is a one-day drop in your basal body temperature (BBT) that occurs during the luteal phase, about seven to ten days after ovulation. This drop is seen on pregnancy charts more often than non-pregnancy charts. But, whether you get one or not, it’s no guarantee that you’re pregnant. On non-pregnancy charts that detected ovulation, 11 percent had an implantation dip. On the other hand, 23 percent of pregnancy-positive charts had an implantation dip. Looking at their statistics, twice as many of the pregnancy charts showed an implantation dip. What if your chart doesn’t have a dip? Is that a bad sign? Not at all! Approximately 75 percent of pregnancy BBT charts did not have the dip. Most women who were pregnant didn't get a dip. I hope this information is vital. Like wise you can see a doctor.
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