Can You Help Analyze My Chart??

posted 3 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

@Dressed obsessed:  you still may have ovulated on day 21. Your temp may continue to go back up, you need to see what the next few days do. Or your body might have had an LH surge, geared up to ovulate but then didn’t pop an egg out so it may gear up to ovulate again. I had a positive opk on my current cycle and then went on to not ovulate at all.  I think you need a few more days of charting as it’s not possible to really have any conclusive idea right now. I’m not sure about he 48 hours time frame, but if this charting game has taught me anything it’s that sometimes my body does whatever the heck it wants and not necessarily what my tcoyf book tells me, like I’d like it to do lol

Post # 5
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Helper bee

Did anything weird happen with your temperature on CD 21? Were you in a cold hotel room, or anything like that? If you exclude the CD 21 temp, it would look like you definitely ovulated around CD 19. 

Or did anything weird happen that would make CD 20 higher than normal (drinking the night before, or a weird amount of sleep, or being a little sick or something)? If you disregard CD 20 then it looks like CD 21 is the day. 

Unfortunately it’s not an exact science… haha. 

Post # 7
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Helper bee

@Dressed obsessed:  Hmm, I wonder what it would do if you disregarded CD 20? Alcohol causes a rise in temperature (and not sleeping well can make your temperatures weird anyway), so that one could be artificially high. I notice a higher temperature even with just two glasses of wine if I drink them later in the evening (rather than with dinner). Regardless, it looks like it was definitely sometime around CD 19-21, since you seem to be solidly in the high temperature range now. 

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