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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    Low temps can be associated with low porgesterone during the LP.
    There you go. I didn't know that

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    After looking at my chart again, I think I might have low progesterone. The dips around 7-9 look like other charts on ff

    Does anyones chart look like mine who later found out they had low progesterone??

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    Anyone?

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    Kezza - your chart looks completely normal and is not indicative of low progesterone at all. In fact your charts look textbook normal. If you think you have low progesterone, go and get a BT now as that is the only way you can tell. Temp dips like this are nothing. You are clearly producing progesterone as you have such a classic themal shift in your post ovulation temps. Its the progesterone that causes the temp rises. I usually have a temp dip at around 4dpo and around 7dpo and my progesterone is fine. You temps are not even classed as proper dips as they are still well above your cover line.

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    Oh. I dont think you realise how much better that makes me feel. Thankyou so much

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    . The things we stress over eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumsical View Post
    Kezza - your chart looks completely normal and is not indicative of low progesterone at all. In fact your charts look textbook normal. If you think you have low progesterone, go and get a BT now as that is the only way you can tell. Temp dips like this are nothing. You are clearly producing progesterone as you have such a classic themal shift in your post ovulation temps. Its the progesterone that causes the temp rises. I usually have a temp dip at around 4dpo and around 7dpo and my progesterone is fine. You temps are not even classed as proper dips as they are still well above your cover line.
    I am voting your post as the best post I have received.
    I think you deserve an australia day medal for that
    I will still get bt in a few months though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    After looking at my chart again, I think I might have low progesterone. The dips around 7-9 look like other charts on ff

    Does anyones chart look like mine who later found out they had low progesterone??
    I think your chart looks completely fine, but I am no expert!

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    Thanks hp

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