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Category: Early Pregnancy

Asked by Gwen77

Q: BBT the same for 6 days?


I'm hoping someone can help me out. I am 14 DPO and my BBT has been holding steady at 98.3 since 8 DPO. This is very irregular for me, since my temps are always up and down. I'm expecting AF today, and usually my temp would drop approx. .2 or .3 the day or two before. But it has not. I know this just could be my normal waking temp., but like I said, my BBT has never done this before.

Any opinions or solutions welcome!

This question was asked Mar. 24, 2012 7:46am
Category: Early Pregnancy

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Answered by Gwen77 - Mar. 25, 2012 7:17pm
Just an update... AF is a day late. Temp. was 98.3 again this morning. I always check my BBT upon waking, but the reason why I tested it again in the afternoon was to see if the thermometre was working properly, and it was because it gave me a reading of 98.2. I know the afternoon temp. doesn't count.
I'm going to wait another day and if AF is still a no-show, I'll do a test. Don't want to get my hopes up too soon!

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Answered by a member - Mar. 24, 2012 6:27pm
You can't do bbt in the afternoon.

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Answered by Gwen77 - Mar. 24, 2012 6:00pm
No, I haven't done an HPT yet and AF is still a no show. I tried doing another BBT later this afternoon and it was 98.2, so I know my thermometre is working ok. Hmm.

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Answered by LunaHawk - Mar. 24, 2012 10:16am
Fingers Crossed for you!

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Answered by a member - Mar. 24, 2012 8:51am
have you done a hpt?

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Answered by Christie143 - Mar. 24, 2012 7:49am
Having the same temp for several days in a row could mean that your thermometer is not working properly (happend to me in the middle of my cycle) or it is what they call a flatline. You can find lots of info on flatline temps online. Best of luck to you and I hope af stays away :)

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