Why Won T My Temps Drop

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crackersforme - March 14

This temping thing is really confusing me. I temp every morning around 6:30 BEFORE I get out of bed. Since January, my temps have stayed above 98...usually around 98.4 up to 99! I've always been a low temper hanging around 97.4.... I spotted in February 6 days late for a day & 1/2 & I just spotted again the 10th & 11th which is 2 days late from Feb. but 8 days late from when I actually should have started my af. ...but still testing negative. What's going on??

 

crackersforme - March 14

I haven't had a REAL af since January 5th.

 

Kiersten - March 14

Have you gone to the doctor yet? If you haven't had a real af since January, there's def. something going on! :) I hope it's a bfp! Can't remember if you said you've already gotten checked out or not, but if not I would start there. GL!

 

LIN - March 14

Come on crackers, I know I've suggested to you before to go get a blood test, so do it! There are a small number of women who *never* have hcg show in their urine, and you could be one of them. It's also possible that you've got a persistent cyst that is artificially elevating your temperatures, and that would clearly show on an ultrasound. Either way, you need to see a doctor. Stop delaying!

 

crackersforme - March 14

My appt.'s not for two more weeks....I've been checking other docs (we're fairly new to this area so I don't have a regular doc here)...& I can't find one that will see me any sooner. Don't want to pay as I finally have benefits again & want to use them..... just looking for anybody else that had a similar situation.

 

crackersforme - March 14

LIN.....another question for you (or anyone else that knows)...when I was spotting the 10th & 11th...I felt like I had this EXTREME pressure on my bladder & I had to urinate more those two days than ever!! Could this pressure be related to a cyst? I couldn't find anything googling it. I still am urinating more frequently than normal...but that pressure was just something else those two days.

 

LIN - March 14

Ah, ok. That sucks that you have to wait! Yeah, that pressure could be due to a cyst, but I would think it would have kept up and not subsided. Who knows, perhaps you twisted a bit and shifted it off your bladder, or perhaps it's not a cyst at all. Of course, I'm no doctor, so I'm just speculating. Those are good questions for your doc when you finally get to see one. Good luck! Please keep us posted.

 

crackersforme - March 14

Thanks LIN...you & there's one other name (besides Grandpa Viv)..seem to know the most on here. I can feel something round & long on my lower left (not felt as easily on my right side) ..kind of runs like your underwear line runs. If I press too hard...it hurts a little bit (I know...so don't press it then.. :) Believe me...I have a long list of questions for my doc, but the only thing is...they mentioned something about squeezing me in to 'establish' me as a patient & I have to see his a__st. that day. I'm still calling around & asking around to see who everyone recommends in this area. I'm willing to drive, but not over a 1/2 hr., if possible.

 

LIN - March 14

Do you mean you feel something along the groin area? That sounds like it could be swollen lymph nodes. When I had a big cyst on one of my ovaries, my lymph nodes were really swollen and hurt when I pushed on them. Maybe it would help if you mentioned this when trying to get an appointment. If you tell them you have abdominal discomfort, it may add a sense of urgency to the request. It's worth a shot anyway. Again, good luck!

 

crackersforme - March 14

no... a little more towards the pelvis, but runs like where you underwear run... You're talking about where the big artery is where you can check your pulse, right?? I'm going to try & tell them I'm in a lot of pain tomorrow to see if I can get it bumped up.

 

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