Fallback rise 3dpo temp drop?

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  1. Gunnabamumma

    Gunnabamumma LTTTC 1st with clomid

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    Anyone else had a fallback rise? Or a temp drop this early in the tww?
     
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    MrsPOP Mummy to Alice

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    Didnt want to read and run. I dont know as its my first cycle but did you take your temp at the same time?
     
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    libbymarks198 Well-Known Member

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    i had one at 6 dpo, someone told me to try not and look at just one day and look at the overall thing so wait a few days and see what it is like. could be early implantation
     
  4. Gunnabamumma

    Gunnabamumma LTTTC 1st with clomid

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    Hi MrsPOP, yeah I take my temp at exactly the same time everyday. I keep the temperature in the room consistent and always have the same bedding. Nothing different. After a little research I would say it's fallback rise since today it has shot back up again.

    Libby, that sounds more like implantation as apparently fallback rise only happens at 2 or 3 dpo. Good luck to you, I will wait for your BFP!!
    And thanks for answering ladies, thought the thread was a lost cause!

    Hayley
     
  5. medicine

    medicine Well-Known Member

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    It could be an implantation dip, but that usually happens about half way into the luteal phase. Fertility Friend did a study of "implantation dips" using a bunch of different charts and this link shows their results: Fertility Friend's "Implantation dip study"

    This link talks about: What causes an "implantation dip?"
     
  6. Gunnabamumma

    Gunnabamumma LTTTC 1st with clomid

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    Hi Medicine, do you mean Libby's dip or my dip?
    I think a dip at 6dpo is more likely to be an implantation dip than a fallback rise.
     

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