Hi ladies, if you do not display a triphasic pattern on your bbt when you're pregnant, what trend do you see instead? Same temperature range as your post ovulation period? Or do they go down? Do your temps dip/spike every now and then? Thanks for your kind answers...
For me I had a drop in temps day before ovulation,to signal me it was happening,triphastic would show up regardless thats if you were using a online chart.temps will spike now and then both before and after o,as long as they stay above coverline after ovulation your ok,some say there is an implantation dip shown on a chart,but this isnt necessary true,fertility friend,allows you to check out peoples success charts etc.
If you're pregnant, you'll notice a biphasic or triphasic pattern fairly early in the chart. Not all women will see a clear triphasic pattern. The key is that BBTs stays above the coverline during the luteal phase, so that your body produces a sufficient lining for the fertilized egg in which to plant. However, there may be a dip part way through when the body produces a slight surge in estrogen. Though this dip isn't common when the egg has been fertilized.
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