BBT Question

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by suzie7, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. suzie7

    suzie7 Well-Known Member

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    How is the temperature spike post ovulation defined? Is .4 degrees enough to show ovulation? I am currently on day 15 of a 27 day cycle. Yesterday and day before my temps were 96.76 and 97.18 and today it was 97.60

    OPK was positive yesterday. What do you think? Think I ovulated on Day 14?

    TTC for on cycle #5. I am hopeful but not putting all the eggs in this basket (no pun intended) as I was super stressed out this month. Also, is it normal to have ovulation pain for 3-4 days? THX!
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  2. foxyloxy28

    foxyloxy28 Well-Known Member

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    Are you charting? Do you have a link to your chart if you are?
     
  3. suzie7

    suzie7 Well-Known Member

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    I am charting but don't have it online, sorry
     
  4. WannaB

    WannaB Busy Finding Nirvana!

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    With the onlines ones it wont detect or confirm O time without three high temps after ovulation so thats what you are looking for, consistently higher temp shift after a certain date. Ovuation can occur 12-48 hours after +opk so bd for at least three days to cover your bases and watch out for those higher temps to confirm ovulation. Fingers crossed you caught that eggie hun!xxx:hugs:
     
  5. suzie7

    suzie7 Well-Known Member

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    do the high temps have the be consecutive, as in 3 days of high temps in a row? THX!
     
  6. WannaB

    WannaB Busy Finding Nirvana!

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    Yep! They dont have to be all as high as each other, but they do have to be higher than your pre-O temps.
     

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