Well, then my temps must be normal then :P Just thought that 36+ was high.
Here is my temps:
CD6 (today): 36
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06-02-2013 08:39 #31
06-02-2013 08:40 #32
I googled for normal ranges and got the impression mine were low, so I don't think those are high at all.
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06-02-2013 08:43 #33
They seem pretty fine.
When I had my chemical, they went up to 37.1, then back down to 36.2
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06-02-2013 08:49 #34
I'm a bit on edge today because I'm quite sure I ovulated on Monday, and temp went up a bit yesterday ... but this morning it is down again. Hope it's just an oestrogen surge & goes up again tomorrow.
This temping caper is more trouble than it's worth.
06-02-2013 08:52 #35
Peonies, mine used to do that sometimes, it'd take a while to get up there. Sometimes ff didn't confirm ovulation until 7dpo. It was so frustrating! But eventually you get to know your own patterns and it becomes easier to see what's gonog on
06-02-2013 08:55 #36
Because of needing to time things so accurately with the donor, I was really on high alert for O. Plus, I happened to have an appointment with my FS last week and he kindly scanned me, so I knew I had a lead follie @ over 18 mm on Wed last week. OPKs and monitor, CM and everything else all pointed towards O being either late Sunday or sometime on Monday, so I feel quite sure I did. I am just worried about the temp drop because I've had progesterone issues in the past.
06-02-2013 09:01 #37
I know exactly how you feel, the first time we did it at home with our donor, I ovulated 5 days late
Are you having a day 21 BT? Do you have progesterone supps? I have 2 tubes of crinone if you want them!
I'm sure you will have ovulated. My temps always took a while to rise - I can show you some of my charts if you like.
06-02-2013 09:07 #38
Oh, that must have been so annoying! I have learned to really wait until the line starts to get darker on an OPK now.
Thanks. I know I have ovulated. It's just whether it was a good ovulation that affects the progesterone.
I was using progesterone pessaries with a couple of IVF cycles, but they didn't make much difference for me, so my doctor decided I wasn't absorbing them. I have some natural prog cream, but sometimes I think with a natural cycle I don't need it (the progesterone issues for me were always after having an egg colelction, not when I ovulated on my own). Thank you kindly for the offer though.
I just don't know - hopefully it's just a fallback rise.
06-02-2013 09:10 #39
06-02-2013 09:16 #40
It did. That's what my chart kinda looked like last cycle
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