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had to take a ph call before BBT DPO 12 REALLY high?

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#1 reebs

Posted 29 January 2013 - 08:52 AM

Hi Ladies,
My mum had a heart attack over night,  cry1.gif so my usual OC temp taking has been interupted!  blush.gif  (She is ok, being airlifted to Melb though)  and although I got to sleep late 2am, I slept pretty well considering, until 7 when I was woken by the phone.
I didn't move but did talk for about 3-4 mins before I took my temp (I temp vaginally)

My Temp was 37.21!!
However 15 - 20 mins later after getting up to the toilet but back in bed I was 37.07 - so lower. I didn't even remember to bloody test with FMU!!!!

Do I discard the temp completely?  I would have thought that the 37.21 would be higher than BBT, but then increase - not decrease after getting up etc, so its confused me whether it was actually going to high?

I am hoping that it can be used becuase that gives me more hope this cycle! (Clomid)

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

ETA:crazy spelling

Edited by reebs, 29 January 2013 - 08:57 AM.

#2 caninestorm

Posted 29 January 2013 - 08:28 PM

reebs I'm sorry to hear about your mum sad.gif I hope she is ok.

I was going to tell you to do a HPT but I see you already have! Was it a FRER?

I'd just leave the temp as is and see what it does tomorrow. Easier said than done, I know original.gif

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