Post # 1
Hubby and I are considering late 2011 TTC sessions! I decided I might as well begin charting now to get a feel for things. I usually have VERY long cycles. Any great website you can point me to that will help me chart?
Post # 3
Fertility Friend was very user friendly for me.
Post # 4
My husband had an app on his phone. He would wake me up every morning (same time), shove the thermometer in my mouth, and then keep track of it in his phone. Made it really easy!
Post # 5
I read Taking Charge of Your Fertility and I actually chart by hand. I downloaded the chart from their website (www.tcoyf.com). I keep the thermometer and a little notepad by my bed. I set my alarm and take my temp. My thermometer stores it, so I write it down a few hours later when I’m up for the day. After a few days, I transfer the temps from my notepad to my chart.
This is my fourth month of charting (not TTC yet- will in a few months!), and I love being able to see what is happening. So far (knock on wood!), I’ve been pretty regular, so I’m actually able to predict exactly what is happening!
Post # 6
Pelikila! You had me at “user friendly” I’ve signed myself up. We’ll see how it goes :o)
Post # 7
I second Fertility Friend. Plus they have free online charting courses, so I could learn what the hell I was doing (and also for DH–I got tired of him asking a week after ovulation if we should try). It is very user-friendly.
Post # 8
i third fertility friend. they have a free app that made it really easy for me to record my bbt’s every morning and various symptoms throughout the day (cause…yeah…i’m usually glued to my phone!)