Triphasic Charts

Triphasic temperature patterns can be indicative of implantation during a cycle and may occur before a home pregnancy test can return positive results. They are called triphasic because they represent a third level of high temperatures typically reached seven to ten days after ovulation. (The first level of temperatures are those preceding ovulation, the second level of temperatures are those from O to at least 6 days after ovulation, the third level of temperatures are those after implantation).

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