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13DPO with a 12D LP, temp dip, no AF, NO AF symptoms ???


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  #1  
October 20th, 2012, 06:17 PM
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Hi!

I'm going crazy! After charting for several (5) months, I usually have a luteal phase of 11-12 days, more usual to be 12 days - never anything more - yet I;m at 13DPO today. I always get cramping off and on, anywhere from 5 to 1 day before AF is due, my BBT usually drops the day before or day of AF. My temp has dipped about 0.4 degrees over the last two days - but still above CL. Usually that would mean AF would have started yesterday or today. (My temp usually doesn't dip below CL until AF comes)

I had some AF-like cramping this week, starting about 3-4 days ago, but less pain/discomfort than usual , and more intermittent than usual. Usually, as AF nears, the cramps get worse. and almost constant. Right before she comes, they get really bad and I feel like I need to have a BM. (sorry for TMI) I go to the bathroom, wipe, and there she is.

My cramps never got worse - they started to subside yesterday afternoon, and today they've all but stopped. The only other symptoms that are completely not normal for me are that I have been extremely tired (starting yesterday I had that burning eyelid feeling that you get iwhen you're sleep deprived). Yesterday my gums bled (A LOT) when I brushed my teeth (that NEVER has happened before), and today I woke up with a slight headache that has gotten a bit worse.

I tested yesterday with a First Response Early Result, but in the afternoon after work. BFN I do usually drink a lot of water while at work, but shouldn't the FRER work by now regardless?

I'm so confused. Today it honestly feels like AF is NOT coming at all, and I have very regular cycles. I will probably re-test in another day, with FMU this time, though. Has anyone else had a temp dip and still ended up pregnant?

Oh - just a little about me - I'm 40, no kids, had a MC at 7 weeks back in April. TTC since June.
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October 20th, 2012, 07:07 PM
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Oh, and I'm sure of my O date - i always have a very good temp dip and then a spike of 0.4-0.5 degrees or more the very next day.
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October 30th, 2012, 07:05 PM
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I think temp dips are okay as long as they stay above the coverline...mine diped about 7-10 days after conception when i was first pg with DS
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October 30th, 2012, 07:10 PM
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I'd definitely say test with FMU. It is still possible that you may just be diluting yourself with all the water intake. Good luck!
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November 6th, 2012, 06:30 PM
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curious to know if you got any better news?
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