OV yesterday (I think) but temp still low?

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  1. Full_Quiver

    Full_Quiver Being Fruitful - TTC #6

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    Hi Ladies,

    is it possible to OV on one day but your temp still be low the next?

    I had ferning (MaybeBaby) on Sunday night (the whole thing
    was covered in ferns), positive OPK's Sun, Mon and until early
    today and a lot of OV pain yesterday.

    This morning, no change in temp (still low). Is this normal or am I in too
    much of a hurry for it to go up? :wacko:

    Thanks
    Kathy
     
  2. Megg33k

    Megg33k Going with the flow!

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    Do you have a link to your chart? I may as well ask, because everyone else will! :) It helps in trying to figure it all out!

    Good luck!
     
  3. Full_Quiver

    Full_Quiver Being Fruitful - TTC #6

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    No, I hadn't thought of putting my chart on here. Good idea. I'll have to try and figure out how to do that. I only just figured out how to put a pic of my OPK's here yesterday! lol

    Edit: Tried adding it to my signature but it didn't work.

    Here it is (just made an online one): My Chart
     
  4. Full_Quiver

    Full_Quiver Being Fruitful - TTC #6

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    Hmm... maybe I don't have enough posts? My sig is showing in my User CP, but not when I post? :dohh:

    Edit: Ah, there it is! I just needed to do a NEW post. Double duh. lol
     
  5. MrsJD

    MrsJD Little Fighter On Board

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    It might not rise until tomorrow honey.

    Your chart looks really confusing to me are you taking your temp at the same time every morning?

    X
     
  6. BumpyCake

    BumpyCake Preggers with #1

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    I would say it's about to rise more. Mine looks like that where I get a huge dip the day before Ov and then it climbs back up. FF needs a few days to confirm it though. In addition, one funky temp won't make a difference in the big picture but it does when you're waiting to get your crosshairs....I know, I'm right there with ya'.
     
  7. Full_Quiver

    Full_Quiver Being Fruitful - TTC #6

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    No, not taking them at the same time each day. I've just started setting my alarm to do just that. Didn't think it would make that much of a diff but I guess it does!

    I saw a chart on FF last night that looked a bit like mine in that there was a big dip and then the temps went back to where they were. They didn't go up much until CD6 or CD7. AND she got PG so I guess the temps don't necessarily have to go right up very high at first?

    Temp this morning is up .1.
     
  8. Jefner

    Jefner Well-Known Member

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    Sometimes you can have temps that rise slowly after O, so just because it didn't skyrocket doesn't mean that you didn't O. Since FF requires 3 days of elevated temps to produce crosshairs, I'd just wait a couple days and see what your temp does. GL and baby dust!
     
  9. Caterpiller

    Caterpiller Not cooperating

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    Hi Kathy, Tony Weschler's book mentioned something like this. She had a delayed ovulation - her temps remained low for a few days, due to stress, the temps only go up with the corpus luteum breaking down, so while your LH has been detected, your egg might not have been released - keep the :sex: up as you may still be able to catch this. :dust:
     

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