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Does my chart look tri-phasic? UPDATE Post # 7

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I need unbiased opinions! I can't pick up a test until tomorrow, and I am also debating on whether I should wait for 18 high temps instead of buying a test. I definitely don't feel pregnant like I did with my other kids, with them I knew a few days after I o'ed. On the other hand I don't have any of my usual about-to-start-AF signs, like extreme cramps and extreme crabiness.orngtongue.gif What do you think?

 

 

http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/290dbf


Edited by Thyme Mama - 3/2/12 at 6:29pm
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Updated the link!

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Updated the link!

 

I wasn't trying to be rude with the post that was originally here, just giving an "unbiased" response.

 

I apologize if I did, but I don't plan on replying to your posts again.

 

 


Edited by aHikaru - 3/1/12 at 5:14pm
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Hmmmmm, well FF detected O on cd 22. Even though I have cycles of varying length, because I temp I can confirm O. I appreciate the suggestion on getting a blood test, but I prefer to confirm a pregnancy in the privacy of my own home :)

 

Any other opinions on whether my chart looks triphasic?

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I don't think your chart looks triphasic, but that doesn't mean anything in terms of your chances of being pregnant.  Most pregnant women do not have triphasic charts and plenty of women who are not pregnant have gotten triphasic charts before.    Personally, I would test b/c you should get accurate results by now... assuming your O day is correct.  Of course, I did wait out the 18 highs b/c I didn't want ambiguous results.  Interesting that you had a 10 day LP just two cycles ago and now have 14-15 day LP's?  Did you do anything to lengthen your LP?  Are you regulating off of a hormonal event?  Anyway, your chart looks pretty good and I think you have a real shot at pregnancy with how long your LP is going.  No spotting?

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I agree that it doesn't look triphasic.  More like CD35 was an outlier.  But it does look promising for a BFP IMO...  Assuming you DTD around O.

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I don't think your chart looks triphasic, but that doesn't mean anything in terms of your chances of being pregnant.  Most pregnant women do not have triphasic charts and plenty of women who are not pregnant have gotten triphasic charts before.    Personally, I would test b/c you should get accurate results by now... assuming your O day is correct.  Of course, I did wait out the 18 highs b/c I didn't want ambiguous results.  Interesting that you had a 10 day LP just two cycles ago and now have 14-15 day LP's?  Did you do anything to lengthen your LP?  Are you regulating off of a hormonal event?  Anyway, your chart looks pretty good and I think you have a real shot at pregnancy with how long your LP is going.  No spotting?

 

I am nursing my 19 month old still, so my cycles have slowly been getting more "normal" lol. No spotting yet.
 

 



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I agree that it doesn't look triphasic.  More like CD35 was an outlier.  But it does look promising for a BFP IMO...  Assuming you DTD around O.


That does seem to be the consensus!

 

 

 

But I do have an update: BFP today!!!!! I told myself last night that if I woke up with another higher temp that I would test today. I used middle of the day urine and I got a dark, dark positive.

 

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Whoo hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  joy.gif  HH9!!  Now go join your due date club social group!  So much fun, great advice and support during this special time!

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Congratulations, Thyme Mama!  Woo hoo!

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