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Is it possible for my temperature to go up and not ovulate? My cycles are from 35-45 days long and my luteal phase is 9-10 days long. My temperature always goes up and stays up for about 10 days and then drops back down when I get my period. Also, my breasts get really sore at that time too. I have been told that your temperature can still go up without you ovulating, is this true?
I have never heard that you can have the temp rise but not ovulate. I would think the only other thing that might show a temp rise is a fever, but you definitely wouldn't want it to last as long as a regular LP.
Hi, so I have been charting for a few months and my temperature goes up every month and stays up for 9 to 10 and then drops and I start my period. I have only been trying to get pregnant for a month but since my luteal phase has been short, I went to see my Gyno and he did blood tests. Everything was fine except I had an elevated AMH which apparently says I have PCOS.
My Gyno said it is possible for my temp to go up and for me not to ovulate so I am so confused.... I am taking Clomid this month so we will see of it works. I'm just trying to decide if I have PCOS by researching since I don't have any other symptoms.
i know if people with PCOS that are able to use charting to see when they ovulate. They watch their CM and dtd evern couple of days and some have been successful. You can go to fertilityfriend.com and browse through charts of people with PCOS that were successful and not successful.