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Category: Cycles & Ovulation

Asked by Megs501

Q: Bbt charting question

This cycle, my temp was 97.2-97.3 until I Oed then it went to 97.6. About 7-8 DPO it dipped to 97.4, then rose back to 97.6 the next day and has remained there. That was Monday of this week, today is Thursday and this morning my bbt was 97.8. I am 10-11 DPO.

This is my first month charting my bbt, but can some of you more experienced charters help me out with what this means? I know we are all different, but Just curious what other people have experienced.

What could these dips and rises be after ovulation? Thank you!

This question was asked Sep. 22, 2011 1:29pm
Category: Cycles & Ovulation

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Answered by Megs501 - Sep. 22, 2011 7:45pm
Thank you, I changed my settings. =)

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Answered by crnottle - Sep. 22, 2011 7:34pm
On the right hand side click on "My Countdown" Page Setup and you can change you privacy settings and select to show your charts. Hope that helps :)

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Answered by Megs501 - Sep. 22, 2011 2:47pm
Wow, thank you so much. =) I thought about making my chart public before I posted the question, but now I can't seem to find where I go to change my settings! =/

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Answered by crazy_runner - Sep. 22, 2011 2:43pm
You should make your chart public on here so that it's easier to determine what's going on. It's hard just by reading the numbers. Your chart sounds good though. Dips after O can be implantation dips. They aren't always, and I had one my first month charting and got my hopes up and wasn't pregnant so don't read too much into it. Yet. Many women get a triphasic chart once they become pregnant, meaning after the embryo implants your temperature will continue to climb. It would have to remain higher than your normal post ovulation temps for three days though before you should read too much into it. If you want you can go to my page and look at my last two charts showing what I thought was my implantation dip, and what actually was.

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