New here but so confused with temp rise and BFN still
Hi, I'm sorry if this has been posted somewhere else.. I'm trying not to go nuts, but today is 16dpo for me (I'm always 15dpo) and my temperature has been high - 98-99 the last few days. It always drops the day before or of AF to about 97 for me
I took a Equate early result yesterday afternoon and there was a faint but thin line in the time frame and I got all excited. Now I'm thinking it was a test error or something becuase I took a different test this morning, the Walgreen ept and nothing. Not even a faint line. I took a digital too - which I hate now - and it was "not pregnant".
Just wondering if anyone else had high temps - and headaches today- and then just got AF or did you end up getting a BFP? I also have NO pms this month which is unusual for me. I get sore boobs, irritable, and really tired before my period and I haven't really had anything this month. I just really need some encouragement or help what's going on this month
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