9dpo further temp drop, but nausea?!

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  1. haylower

    haylower Well-Known Member

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    My temp dipped again, but no where near coverline and still within my higher temp range. I'm guessing secondary estrogen surge and I want to see it go back up, but Im also feeling sickly. Which I never do!
     
  2. haylower

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    no one then? lol
     
  3. Iwant3

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    my temps generally go up after O and keep going up progressively until about 7-8 dpo then they either start going down or go up and down until AF - I have had nausea with AF for the last 3 cycles whereas i never used to.

    Is this your first chart with temps? My coverline is usually 97.60 and my post O temps above 98. interesting to see how different we are as for you a 97.60 is high. lol
     
  4. haylower

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    Nah my last chart i proper did was with my daughter. BFP on that and it looks COMPLETELY different to this one!!!
     
  5. Iwant3

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    I've stopped charting.....I have 10 charts on FF and every one is different and tells me nothing other than i ovulated! lol. takes all the worry each morning of whether i have been asleep long enough or if the room was too cold or hot, if I had my mouth open etc!
     
  6. haylower

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    yeah i woke up this morning mouth shut buried under the duvet lol. i just hope for a rise tomorrow x
     

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