I have been 97.9 for several days now and I"m 5 weeks along. I always thought it had to be over 98 to be a "viable" pregnancy....? Thoughts? I know people say to stop charting after you get a bfp but i cna't help it. my last pregnancy i kept charting and it started to go down and i miscarried
I am progesterone supp. twice a day and metformin twice a day along with prenatals.
I was also on progesterone during my first trimester and am still on metformin. And I totally agree with what you've already said...quit charting, it really isn't accurate once you have a positive prego test. My bbt plummeted on day 26 of my cycle and I thought it hadn't happened, but it flew back up the next day and now here I am 27 weeks pregnant (after seven years of infertility treatment and not a single BFP before this one).
Thoughts and prayers--hope you have a wonderful pregnancy. =)
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