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    Default Can anyone please look at my chart?

    Hi ladies
    I have been charting for a few months and still getting into the swing of things. Would anyone mind having a look at my chart? Both this month and last month I have had a slight dip at 5dpo. Would this indicate that my progesterone levels are too low? Any suggestions would be great. This was my third round of clomid and I'm not being monitored.

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    The dip could be an indication of implantation.
    Nothing else really to say about your chart thought, but good luck

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    Would 5dpo be too early for implantation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadaisy View Post
    Would 5dpo be too early for implantation?
    Hey hun. Yeah 5 days is slightly too early. It's between 6 & 12 with a median of 8-10. But you know me- always with the positive thinking

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    I had that at 5 then a smaller one at 7 so just keep charting! It may be that something else affected your temps that night and they'll go up tomorrow! FX for you though :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadaisy View Post
    Would 5dpo be too early for implantation?
    Not really, I got a positive pregnancy test at 9DPO, so I must have had an early implantation for the pregnancy to be able to register on a HPT that early.
    All you can do is wait and see and hope for the best

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