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Old 04-06-2005, 12:09 AM   #1
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Need Advice on Triphasic & Implantation "Dip"

I just started charting. My original elevation occured and temps went from 36.29 C to 36.79. The next day they were 36.89, and subsequently dropped to 36.69 for three days. The next day (6 DPO) I had a drop to 36.49, and toay, 7 DPO, it went back up to 36.89 C.

Since it was sustaining at 36.69, could this 36.89 hit indicate a triphasic cycle, or since it was 36.89 on 2 DPO too, is it ruled out.

Also, could the 36.49 be from implantation? What is the normal "dip" in C temperatures?

Thanks to all who may know...
Your replies are appreciated in advance!

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Old 04-06-2005, 10:39 AM   #2
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Re: Need Advice on Triphastic & Implantation "Dip"

Can you convert your temps to Fahrenheit? I am not familiar with Celsius at all...but from what I've seen of Fahrenheit charts, ovulation dips are usually down to or very near the coverline. Triphasic charts usually go up at least 2 tenths of a degree (from the previous high temp) when they become triphasic. I think you would probably need a couple more days of temperatures before you could say if your chart is becoming triphasic or not. I would think your temp would still go up a little higher if it is going to be triphasic, but I can't say for sure.

Good luck, and remember, you can still be pregnant without getting a triphasic chart!

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