19 Days of High BBT, BFN at 17 DPO.6 days Late.Whats wrong with me!? CHART LINK
Hey guys, i am soo confused and don't know what to do.
i am currently on 20 DPO and have no BFP yet but my temps are high and continue to go high. I even have a triphasic pattern that began at Day 30.
I was on Vitex for the last 3 mths and then this cycle i had some weird cramping 12 days before my period and so other odds signs that never happened so I stopped taking vitex about a week and half ago just in case i was pregnant.. Do you think stopping vitex can cause me to not have my period? Although my temps tell a different story.
Currently I have creamy CM and a high hard cervix, no sign of AF at all.
I know i have friends that had to get blood test after 10 days late so I know its possible but at this point Im tired of having hope and seeing BFN. I've lost hope but this damn chart is making me crazy..
I honestly believe I did ovulate on Day 18 because of the 3 high temps after. I have seen a very similar chart to mine, even with the dip at 5DPO and she was pregnant but also found out late. I don't know..
Can stress cause my period to be this delayed? But again my temps are really high and have never been this high in my last cycles. They usually drop the day before I get AF.
I don't know if I can be much help, but 18 days of high temps are a very good sign that you're pregnant. I would call your dr and ask for a blood test if possible. Some women have a hard time getting a positive hpt due to low hcg.
This is my first month charting, but it looks like it to me. Especially since your temps after the dip are higher then the temps before your dip. (which I just recently learned) Plus you had positive opks that day!
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