Post # 1
I’m not asking if my chart looks like a pregnancy chart, I want to know if you see an implantation dip and the beginnings of a triphasic chart, or if I just see those because I want to.
I’m well aware that neither one of those things necessarily mean pregnancy, but I’m still new at identifying different things about charting, and since I clearly want there to be those things, I’m not the most objective judge.
Post # 3
I don’t think there’s always an implantation dip during pregnancy.
I just looked at my chart from when I conceived my son and like you, I had a 0.2 degree dip on day 7. Then had some up and down temps for the next 5 days before it rose and stayed elevated around day 14. For me, once I had 18 high temps in a row, that’s when I was pretty confident I was pregnant and a pregnancy test confirmed it. That was what I was looking for, more so than the implantation dip. I’d be interested to see what others have to say.
Post # 4
That is a nice dip, but I get one every month and have yet to conceive. As to whether or not your chart is going triphasic, it definitely looks like it could be, but have to wait and see what it does the next couple days to be sure.
ETA: Hope this is it for you!
Post # 5
Thanks you guys!
Also, thanks @Mrs Sarah McK: for the reality check, I know people get them without being pregnant at all, but it’s nice to hear it again, all the same. Granted, last month, I was way below my coverline at this point, and I know I could in theory test now, but I hate seeing negative tests, so I just won’t do it until I’m really late, which, I have a few more days to go.
Post # 6
It definitely looks like it to me. I see the dip, and then your temps rise even more. How long are your normal cycles? If your temps are staying high longer than they did last month, this could be it!
GOOD LUCK! Let us know!!!!
Post # 7
@LoveHappy: I have an 11 day luteal phase, last month, they were at my coverline by day 9, and way, way below it by day 10.
Today is day 10, and they’re still well up there. AF is due on Friday, so I’m very close to finding out either way!