Post Miscarriage BBT Charting

Discussion in 'TTC After A Loss' started by snowflakes120, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. snowflakes120

    snowflakes120 Mama Birdie!!

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    A little background: I just had my miscarriage (with the help from Cytotec) last Wednesday - So I am only like 10 days out. I went to my OGBYN Monday to get my HCG levels checked. They dropped to 2,000 in 6 days - where before the miscarriage they were at 23,000 and raising ever so very slowly.

    However, my chart is a big hot mess. I was happy to see the temps going down right after bc that meant that the HCG was getting out of my system. However, they are now raising again and I am scared the HCG is getting higher or not going down as fast as I would like (The faster it goes down - the faster I get AF - and the faster I can get trying) The temps that I am having now are more like my post OV temps before the miscarriage. They are almost a full degree away from where they should be. It is way too early for me to even OV. I just feel my temps are all over the place going up and down. :shrug:

    Is this normal - did this happen to anyone else? Did you body straighten itself out? Are these higher temps my new pre-ov temps?

    My chart is here: https://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/38d6df
     
  2. confusedprego

    confusedprego 2 DS and 2 Angels

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    my chart did the exact same thing after my mmc. Not sure if my link to my chart in my signature shows all of them, but mine went up and down a few times. My HcG was at 27,000 at the time of my D&C and it took about 3 weeks to get a negative home pregnancy test.

    Hope this helps!!
     
  3. lomelly

    lomelly Well-Known Member

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    I'm at 43 days post-cytotec and still no AF.. but FF shows I ovulated around CD 30... hang in there! :)
     

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