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BBT Luteal Phase Dip

Very Early Pregnancy Symptom

Symptom Details

Luteal phase dip is also referred to as an "implantation dip". Defined as a drop in your basal body temperature that is equal to or greater than 0.3°F during the second half of your cycle (after ovulation). It tends to occur around the time of expected implantation (7-10 days past ovulation). It occurs more often when a women is pregnant, but can still occur during non-pregnant cycles. Even if you do not see this pattern on your BBT chart you may still be pregnant!

Comparison Chart

The chart below shows a comparison between the number of times this symptom was experienced by pregnant vs non-pregnant women.

**NOTE: Data for 15-21 dpo tends to be lower than expected as many women stop tracking symptoms after a positive pregnancy test.

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  • 6 days ago » utnurse1@yahoo.com said:
    8dpo..left pelvic "ache" all day. Very tired last 2 days.
  • 6 days ago » utnurse1@yahoo.com said:
    I dropped from 98.2 down to 97.90. 8dpo. will see.
  • 6 weeks ago » Pato1230 said:
    i had a drop this morning at 9dpo from 98.6 to 98.2. Hoping it goes back up tomorrow
  • Aug. 24, 2015 2:32pm » gregsmama said:
    had a drop from 97.5 to 95.5, i took my temp a little earlier than normal, am 6dpo, hoping it pops back ip tomorrow!
  • Aug. 7, 2015 2:30pm » StephyC09 said:
    Im 16dpo and had a .40 drop. 98.42 yesterday (but I got up at 5:40 instead of my 7:05) and I woke up with a sore throat and dry mouth today.
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