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    Question Triphasic? Maybe Pregnant?

    Hi all,

    I posted this on another board but I thought I'd try here. What do you all think?

    Woke up this morning with a HUGE temp spike! I am wondering if it is implantation? Here is my chart.
    As you can see, I did ovulate a week ago and we had plenty of sex. Also, since Wednesday, I have been feeling nauseous. Not to the point of getting sick, but it's affecting me. I have also been pretty tired. This morning, I am crampy. On that note, I seldom get cramps before AF arrives.

    I don't know much about triphasic charts, except that I did not have one last month.

    What do you experts think? Can I start getting excited or should I not get my hopes up?

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    the big jump in temp could be a good indication. Keep temping and your temps should stay up there.

    If you can, make it to 10 dpo and try some peeing on sticks Good luck!
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    Definitely looks triphasic to me! It's no guarantee, but it is definitely a very good sign

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    whoa! That looks great...and pretty similar to my charts when I was pg with both Nicholas and this one GOOD LUCK!!! When are you going to test?
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    I dunno. I'm 8 DPO. When should I test? I tested last month but it was a BFN. I have been holding off this month. Plus the DH is getting annoyed at my testing.

    Advice would be welcome!

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    I agree your chart looks good!

    I know what you mean about hubby's getting annoyed by testing. But this cycle my hubby was surprised when I wanted to wait to test. Haha.

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    I say test tomorrow or, if you are strong, wait for 10 dpo at least. I usually wait for 2 days after my perceived implantation dip.
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    Oh I'm not very strong. I'll plan on testing the day after tomorrow. Then I'll be 10 DPO and my hubby will give me less crap-o-lah about it.

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    Thumbs down

    Took HPT this morning. It was as big of a BFN as ever. Is it possible 10 DPO is too early to test?

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    I noticed your chart dipped a bit, but temp had other factors involved? I probably wouldn't have tested with the small dip and waited a few more days.

    10 dpo I think can be too early to tell, but really depends on when implantation took place.
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