Hmm - it looks like you did! Even your lowish temp today is higher than your temps pre-O, so I'd say that is a good sign!! I'm on 5dpo too, and funny, this morning I had a dip too - just down to my baseline. I think it is fine, just the body ajusting and readjusting. If it stays low, though, I've heard that could be a progesterone problem. Anyone know more???
Fertility Friend said I didn't ov, but my positive pregnancy blood test disagrees! I would get your progesterone checked, if your temp heads south too quickly, it can mean it's not being sustained for long enought. I'm on progest sups as I am prone to spotting, which is a sign of low progest. I think CD5 is prob a little early for an impl dip, but if you look inthe gallery you see charts where the temps dips, then rises again. Good luck
Just did some research, and apparently this can happen a few days after Ovulation - it has to do with a surge of estrogen or a dip in progesterone, but is nothing to worry about if it goes back up again the next day. Very normal, I'm told!
Any opinions, advice, statements or other information expressed or made available on BabyandBump.Momtastic.com by users or third parties, including but not limited to bloggers, are solely those of the respective user or other third party. They do not reflect the opinions of BabyandBump.Momtastic.com and they have not been reviewed by a physician, psychologist or parenting expert or any member of the BabyandBump.Momtastic.com staff for accuracy, balance or objectivity. Content and other information presented on BabyandBump.Momtastic.com are not a substitute for professional medical or mental health advice, counseling, diagnosis, or treatment. Never delay or disregard seeking professional medical or mental health advice from your physician or other qualified health provider because of something you have read on BabyandBump.Momtastic.com. BabyandBump.Momtastic.com does not endorse any opinion, advice, statement, product, service or treatment made available on the website. If you think you have a medical emergency, call your doctor or emergency services immediately.