BBT charting for my third month. For the fourth day in a row, I am getting the same temperature, consistent at 97.90. During my usual Post-O 2WW I am around that temperature, so nothing out of the ordinary. More concerned that its been at the same temperature now for 4 days in a row. I read somewhere that it says that a flat temp is good, that my hormones are balanced, but never had this happen before in any of my previous months. (fyi, had an HSG test last cycle, so was told that the next 3 cycles are the time where our chances could be higher!)
I am positive that my thermometer works fine, I took my temp after I got up and walked around and it changed, so I am sure its not broken. I also used a regular thermometer to test to see if it comes up with the same temp (minus the 100th degree) and it was.
So back to my original question, do you think there is anything I should be concerned about? I am hoping that within the next few days my temp will shoot up and I will get my BFP, its been 7 months of my DH and I trying.
My chart was a little funky from 3/21 to 3/29. We were vacationing in Mexico and my sleep schedule was off and I got sick a couple of times from the food. Things seemed to stabilize back a bit once we returned though it seems.
Just another update. 10 dpo, again, same temperature now 5 days in a row. Just odd. I did take it twice after the initial temp and each one went up, from 97.90 to 98.04 to 98.17 so I know the thermometer is working. I dont expect AF for another 5 days but just assumed by now I would see something different. I guess only time will tell!
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