No, not yet. I am 4 DPO today. I always start scrutinizing my chart aroun7 DPO, and I was just curious how much credit I should give it. Because while I know it is rediculous I often start to feel down adn lose hope if I dont see that triphasic pattern. I know that you can be pregnant without the pattern, and that I really shouldnt pay attention to it, I guess it is one of those things I cant help. Anyway, I was just curious, thank you!
Here is my chart from last month
Just to let you know my progesterone was low...8.26 so that may have caused my dip at the end. I'm taking endometrian 3 times a day now and it's up. You know I wouldn't focus on your chart so much. I was also focused on mine...when I went to the RE I told him I know I o'ed on this date. He thinks I o'ed later then I thought. He also told me with late implantation I am not as far along as I thought either. I think charting is a good guide but they say that a lot of people never get a triphasic chart. Good luck to you!
I charted when I got pregnant last summer, unfortunately it ended in a miscarriage at 6.5 weeks, but I did not have a tri-phasic chart. I also didn't have an "implantation dip," and I usually have a dip every month when not pregnant!
Fertility Friend actually did a study on this based on the charts they have on file. You can access it for free from their site. U don't have to be triphasic to be preggo, but I think it was like 3x more likely to be preggo if u did have a triphasic chart.
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