Bbt During Early Pregnancy

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nan007 - February 14

Hi! I am new here and very excited to have found place with others TTC. I know during early pregnancy that BBT stays elevated beyond 14 days and well after a missed AF, but does anyone know what a typical temp of a pregnancy is? If you are normally in the 97-98 degree range and suddenly you are temping much higher is this a cause for concern or could it be due to pregnancy? Thanks.

 

frozenfeet - February 14

here's a bit of info for you...Another thing many charting women look for is signs of pregnancy. If your temperature remains high for eighteen days after ovulation, this could be an indication of pregnancy. You may also see a third rise in temperature occuring about seven to ten days after ovulaton. This is called a triphasic chart. Sometimes this can be a seen with pregnancy but it is not a definite sign. Women can have triphasic charts and not be pregnant. My body temp is usually around 97.2/97.3 before O and after O, about 98.3-98.4 but when I got my BFP, my temp dipped on 8 dpo (called implantation dip to 97.3) and then spiked up to 98.5 and has been hanging there ever since. Hope that this helps.....

 

nan007 - February 14

Thanks frozenfeet, the info you provided is very helpful! Congrats on the BFP!!!!

 

krissy2006 - February 15

The info frozen gave you is correct nan, HOWEVER, everyone's basal body temp can vary. I have seen pregnancy charts where pre-O temps were in the 96-'s and pregnancy temps were only mid 97's..... also I have seen pre-O temps as high as 98.6 and pregnancy temps as high as 99-100 degrees... it depends on your body makeup and the entire flow of YOUR chart.

 

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