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Not Impressed - November 30

for not answering my question from a few days ago. Questions must be picked and chosen or some of you just spout off "you're pregnant".

 

zuly - December 1

What was your Question .I'll try to help answer your Question the best I can.

 

Thanks... - December 1

Zuly, thank you for empathizing and your quick response. I've had cramps, the odd nauteous feeling (when I don't have breakfast) and a tickly feeling in my belly. I've been keeping track of my temperatures (for two mo.s as we just started trying for baby) and can't tell anything by them (ie. basically the same as last month). AF is supposed to come this Thurs. I don't plan to take a HPT until the weekend as I am on a perfect 28 day cycle (since Apr. this year). It's hard not to get anxious, but I am. For my first pregnancy, at 35, I had no symptoms except alot of mucous discharge. Thank you again.

 

zuly - December 1

If you don't get your period. wait a week from the time it was due to take the test . Do it with the first morning pee. Let me know what happenes good luck and take care

 

zuly - December 1

Your BBT probably ranges from 97.2 to about 97.7 degrees before ovulation. During the two or three days after you ovulate, hormonal changes have caused a rise in your BBT of between 0.5 and 1.6 degrees, which lasts at least until your next period. You'll probably notice your temperature spiking on other days, but unless it stays that way, you probably haven't yet ovulated. If you become pregnant, your temperature will stay elevated throughout your pregnancy. It's helpful to chart your temperature for a few months so you can see whether there's a pattern to your cycle. If you're sick or fail to take your temperature immediately upon awakening, any pattern you find may be inaccurate. Hope this helps

 

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