I O'd on day 19 of a 30 day cycle.
On day 25 (6 days later) I soared to a record high temp.
My temp has now stayed high.
I am now on Day 33 (temp still high. No sign of AF) Temp has stayed high for a week now- higher than it has ever been.
WHilst I know it can be too soon to test it is possible that implanation could have occured?
If you're wondering whether your temp needs to drop/dip to have implantation, it does not. The TRUER sign of pregnancy is sustained elevated temps for 18 days after ovulation.
So you've had high temps and you're about 14 dpo- if you know your luteL phase is usually only about 11 days (30d cycle minus CD19 ov) then you're 2-3 days late for AF and a test would be very very likely to be accurate.
AARRGH!! This cycle just gets weirder and weirder.
This morning I am 15DPO and I thought AF was here at 11.30am. But all I have got is a light pink bleeding and only when I wipe (I know, I know, TMI). I have been OBSESSED today and kept checking and gawping at every wipe! I havent put a tampon in (as I don't think it's been worth it). Have put a towel on and the bleeding hasn't "come out".
Does that make sense to anyone?
I usually have bad cramps, bad fatigue and desperate for chocolate.
But right now... I have the lightest of cramps (I know I guess I shouldn't be complaining); NO fatigue and NOT craving the sweet stuff.
COuld this be implanation bleeding????? I may put a seperate post about this.
SIgh!! I know... I am desperate!
I didn't have implantation bleeding, so I don't know about what it looks like/how much, but if you are actually 15dpo like you think you are it is pretty unlikely. But, maybe you o'd later than you thought. Fingers crossed for you!!!
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