Really but I am only 4DPO, unless I it happend before the ovulation day ;-))) See I am doing this again only 4dpo - and how many times I said to you guys I won't look for the signs - I am a desperate case ;-))))
i had the same thing happen to me yesterday.mon my temp was 97.93 and then yesterday it was 97.69 and today it went back to 97.99.i thought it might be to early for implantation but then again i dont know which day i ovulated.i
think im 5-6 dpo today.
According to my monitor I ovulated on Saturday - so I think I am 4-5 DPO, definately too early. I am not even looking at the signs of implantation yet ;-) I will see my temp tomorrow. If it's up, then who know maybe there is a chance ;-)))
I get ups and downs after o. It's quite normal. It's the overall pattern you are looking at. Even if they drop below coverline and then rebound you're still ok. If implant happens, most times the temp will climb again. There are pg cases that still stay on the lower end too. I wouldn't sweat it :)
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