Fall-Back Thermal Shift

In a Fall-Back thermal shift the chart will have a pattern of a temperature drop on Day 2, followed by a sustained rise in temperature until menses. In a true Fall-Back thermal shift the Peak cervical fluid must occur before the first temperature rise. Otherwise it should be identified as a standard thermal shift with the rule of thumb applied to the first high temperature. This section is for completed charts and not intended for questions. If you have questions concerning an incomplete chart feel free to share your chart in the Chart Question Gallery. Click on a link to view the charts:

Sat, Aug 9 2014
my first ever fallback
Sun, Sep 22 2013
Classic Fall Back...
Wed, Jun 5 2013
Fall-Back Thermal...
Mon, Apr 8 2013
Mon, Apr 8 2013
FBT and first cycle...
Sat, Dec 22 2012
Classic Fall-Back...
Tue, Nov 13 2012
aged 45 and ttc
Tue, Oct 23 2012
Is this an FBT and...
Sun, Oct 14 2012
Wed, Jun 13 2012
classic fall back
Wed, Mar 21 2012
fall-back pattern
Sun, Oct 30 2011
fallback shift?
by MacD
Thu, Jan 6 2011
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