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Anyone have a temperature drop at 13 DPO and still go on to be pregnant? Mine went from 99° yesterday to 98.4° this morning. I'm still well above the cover line but starting to get nervous about the temperature job.
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99 is pretty high for a BBT. Have you been charting long?


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I've been charting for 8 months. After two failed IVF cycles and three failed IUIs, I decided to take a break from the medical intervention and just chart. My temps aren't usually that high. The last time I had a temp that high was a 98.9 in May when I was pregnant. Obviously that one didn't last. Don't know if that's a good or bad sign.
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I've been reading DPO symptoms from women that later got BFP's and several of them mentioned temperature drops at some point.

 

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I'm just wondering if there's some kind of hyperthyroidism going on. Both hypo and hyperthyroidism can lead to fertility problems.


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I saw a reproductive specialist for about a year and did every test under the sun, so I'm assuming they tested my thyroid hormone levels. Every single test came back totally normal which has made this, almost two year, journey so incredibly frustrating.

Btw, I also have a little boy born in December 2010. smile.gif Looks like we're in the same boat!
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