Post # 1
I am currently not charting/temping. I have looked at several ovulation calendars and they stay be slightly different. I think I trust the one on webMD the most since it takes your last 3 cycles into account. But I was wondering if any of you had ones you liked better.
Here is the webMD link if you are interested:
Post # 3
I use Period Planner on my phone. I used it for at least a year prior to TTC because I was trying to plan for our wedding. I used it faithfully every month. It notes your general fertile period (I guess when you should be BD) and the guess for the actual O date.
Post # 4
@MrsFireChief: I just used mymonthlycycles.com to track my periods and ovulation. Worked pretty well, got preggo on the first try 🙂
Post # 5
Period Tracker. Been trying for 4 months.
Post # 6
I use the WebMD one. Like you said, I like how it takes the last 3 cycles into account.
Post # 7
Love My Days, that I used on my iPad.
Post # 8
Period Tracker on my iphone.
Post # 9
Just be aware that a non-charting ovulation calendar predicts your fertile phases by using other people’s averages, so could easily miss your fertile days. I get not wanting to temp, but one of the best things you can do is pay attention to your cervical mucous to help you pinpoint your days. It’s easy, and free, and there is lots of info online. Or just have sex every second day throughout your cycle 😉 Good luck!!
Post # 10
I didn’t temp but I used OPKs. I used Fertility friend.
Post # 11
@MrsFireChief: I found the only one that timed my O days just right was My Days app for the iphone. Everything else was off by a day or two. My O days were confirmed with CBEM.
Post # 12
I also use MyMonthlyCycle and find it to be pretty easy to use. I know that the ovulation date it gives me isn’t 100% accurate, but I just use it to give me a rough idea anyway. I’ve been using it for almost a year, and I don’t think I’ve ovulated before it said I would based on CM. It sends me an email a few days before ovulation and AF, and it’s nice to have the reminders.