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Of all the charts, 11% of the non-pregnancy charts showed an implantation dip, while 23% of the pregnancy-positive charts showed an implantation dip. This means that t wice as many pregnancy-positive charts had the dip, but it doesn’t mean that you’re not pregnant if you don’t see a drop in your BBT.


An implantation dip is a one-day drop in your basal body temperature (BBT) that occurs during the luteal phase, about seven to 10 days after ovulation.This drop is seen on pregnancy charts more often than non-pregnancy charts.


An implantation dip is a luteal phase dip that will typically occur between 7 and 10 days past ovulation (DPO), and is an indication of implantation – an early sign of pregnancy when the fertilized egg implants itself.


What causes an "implantation dip?" The term implantation dip is often used to refer to a luteal phase dip that occurs around the time of expected implantation (7-10 days past ovulation). While this pattern does not always result in pregnancy, the term is often used because of the timing of the dip and because this pattern appears with greater ...


A BBT implantation dip is a one to two day dip in temperature occurring during the luteal phase, the days of your cycle after ovulation. Implantation most commonly occurs 8-10 days after ovulation. However, implantation can occur anywhere from 6 days post ovulations (DPO) to 13 DPO.


BBT Implantation Dip? We are TTC and I've been tracking my BBT charts. I ovulated 9 days ago and yesterday morning my bbt dropped .5 degrees below coverline. This morning it went back up & then some above my highest bbt. I know TONS of people say that implantation dips are a myth. I believe that's true.


That's not really a dip in my opinion. Also, the implantation dip thing is a myth. There's extra estrogen in the body around 3-6 DPO and many people get an extra dip at that time because of it, pregnant or not.


One of the most controversial and puzzling potential signs has always been a luteal phase dip. There has been a lot of speculation about the significance of a temperature dip in the days after ovulation around the time implantation would be expected.


I'm not sure if the 7dpo dip is an implantation dip because all I know is that it drops to or below the cover line and rises back up. Oh, and it's also making me think it's implantation because of this cold that lasted just over 24hours. What do you think? If it is implantation, how long until I can test? EDIT- I got my BFP at 15dpo.


I've never been a believer in implantation dips, but look at the crazy dip on my BFP (big fat positive (pregnancy test)) chart at 8 DPO. Not saying it's implantation, but very strange.