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BFP at 17 dpo afraid of m/c

My bbt has been a constant at 98.7-98.9 since ovulation and more so implantation and today at 19dpo it dipped to 98.5. It has gotten me scared since all I do is read how low temps can mean low progesterone and possible m/c. It's not below my cover line but since it's my first time ever conceiving I don't know if it's normal. Also for the past 6 days I've had af dull cramps and I know it's normal but now they've subsided and that has me concerned as well. I'm probably just being paranoid but would love some feedback from the experienced. I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks and lots of positivity to all!

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Congratulations! I continued to temp after my BFP. I also had low temps. I had to stop temping because I was driving myself nuts and just had a healthy baby girl in March!

I temped for the week following my bfp and it drove me nuts. The only way you'd know about low progesterone is if they tested your blood. I know it's super worrying but try to enjoy the fact that you're pregnant too! I had bad cramping in my 4th week and a few times felt like AF...its prob just your egg snuggling in. You may start to feel sick soon so maybe that will give you some more reassurance! Join one of the due date clubs in the pregnancy section!!

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