I am 17 DPO and I have already had a positive pregnancy test. I have been continuing to track by BBT and it has been sitting up around 36.70 (98.06) but this morning I had a drop to 36.40 (97.52), this is not below my cover line which is about 36.28 (97.30), is this something to worry about, I am concerned it is an early miscarriage sign, I have no cramping or bleeding at this stage? Has anyone else experienced this?
You may need a medical confirmation if its just HPT that u've used.
I've similar case right now...... my BBT drop at 21dpo (from 98.2 to 97.4) still above my coverline which is 97.2. This was followed with period-like bleeding at 22dpo. Though FF recorded that as my new circle, i still feel unease, all my symptom never subside and HPT reads negative. I hope to go for blood work and scan tomorrow, just to be sure.
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