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#1 of 6 Old 12-02-2008, 08:37 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Anyone have experience with this? I have tested daily since 9dpo and today I woke up at 12 dpo with a temp that fell below my coverline.

AF usually comes on day 10 or 11dpo... but I'm not ready to give up hope yet. Anyone have an implantation dip as late as 12 dpo and end up pregnant?

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I'd like to know this too, because I had a dip today (11 dpo)
My AF doesn't come until about 15 dpo.
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Just chiming in that I had a dip at 11DPO and ended up testing positive on that day. It didn't go below the coverline, but I think my coverline on my chart is wrong. I was definitely really bummed at 11DPO when my temp dropped and I was crampy. I too nrmally had a 14-15 day LP, so I didn't know what was going on. I thought for sure AF was here even though I never really had cramps before AF. They always happened later in the day.

So, quick answer is yes, you can get a 10-12 day implantation. Let's hope this is what's going on for you!

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The cycle I conceived my son, I had drops below the coverline at 4 and 12 DPO. And a HPT+ at 14 DPO. So all hope is not lost. :

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Is it normal to have a temp drop when implantation occurs? I've never noticed it before.

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I read somewhere that if your temp is 11-14 dpo it is more likely to miscarry, but that it is still VERY possible you can go on to have a healthy baby!!! Good luck, sister!

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