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ams37 02-21-2003 07:29 AM

temps and implantation cramping
Ok. I really do not chart has stayed at 98.3-.5mostly inthat range it supposed to go up alot???I am currently 10dpo.
Also..........implantation bleeding? What if one DOESN'T have it?? Does that mean automatically YOU arent pregnant???????????????????? Im in the 2 ww stage and was curious. I am on clomid 100mg..1st round actually of any fert. drugs and also 1st IUI on feb. 12 and 13th.I took a HPT on dpo8 and of course BFN...I know it was prob. too early...........thanks for any replies.

autumnleaves 02-21-2003 07:41 AM

Re: temps and implantation cramping
Just a question for you...where were your temps before ovulation? Mine were in the 96's and low 97's. They have been going up steading for the past five days and are currently at 97.5 to 97.8 range. I am either coming onto AF or if I am lucky...and I can go at least 10 dpo before AF, I might still have a chance of being pregnant this month. If not, I guess I will know I have a short luteal phase (days between ovulation and AF). I never had implantation bleed with either pregnancy...though maybe what I thought was a period with my second pregnancy was actually that...but I don't think so. I definitely had a complete cycle after getting pregnant. From what I've read, most people do not have implantation bleeding (but I could be wrong). I hope this is your month! Good luck <IMG SRC="">

ams37 02-21-2003 07:51 AM

Re: temps and implantation cramping
Thanks Autumn! My temps were 96.2-97.3 BEFORE maybe it is a good sign there staying higher?? One can only hope <IMG SRC="">I usually have about 12-16 das before AF rears its ugly head ...haha.but like u at least we made it 10dpo past ovulation........well this is my dust to u........<p>[This message has been edited by ams37 (edited 02-21-2003).]

autumnleaves 02-21-2003 07:55 AM

Re: temps and implantation cramping
Keep positive takes 3 to 10 days for implantation to occur after ovulation. The TCOYF book says that it is more than likely you are pregnant if you sustain the higher temps for 18 days. So just make sure you chart in the morning before you get out of bed and that you have at least 3 consecutive hours of sleep. Sometimes I get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom and I don't always have the three consecutive hours...I had my temps taken at the doc's on Tuesday evening and my temp then was exactly the same as it was when I took it in the morning before getting out of bed! How confusing is this process????!!!! Keep the faith, sweetie <IMG SRC="">

ams37 02-21-2003 08:10 AM

Re: temps and implantation cramping
Thank you Autumn for your support!!!!!!!!!!!!You and the other girls here are wonderful people!!!!

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