Post # 1
I’m confused by my chart :/ By The Way, it looks like I had EWCM for 5 days, but most of those days was one spot of EWCM and the rest of the day creamy or sticky. And my temp rise seems wacky? Help!
Post # 2
You never got a positive opk?
Post # 3
Yes, it looks like you O’d sometime between CD18-CD22. CD18 is based on your CM it looks like. I don’t get any more EWCM or watery after O so it’s definitely possible CD18 is it. If you would have taken an OPK on CD 17, 18, etc I am guessing you would have gotten a positive one of those days which would narrow it down for sure. If your temps stay high from here then you definitely O’d, so you will see.
Post # 4
No I never got a pos. But as you can see, I wasn’t very religious about taking them. My past two cycles were 37 days long (still BFing 14 mo DS, which I think is what is causing the long cycles) so I wasn’t planning on starting the OPKs until later.
Post # 5
thanks, that’s kinda what I’m thinking too. And Darling Husband was out of town. Boooooo
Post # 6
There are too many open circles on your chart to determine a reliable o date. But fwiw, I dont think you ovulated until CD 22 based on temps alone. How long are your cycles normally?
Post # 8
ugh, I know. that can all be attributed to my lovely toddler and his crazy sleep habits! AF returned in March and I’ve only had 2 full cycles since then (37 days apiece). DS has been nursing much more frequently, so I was wondering what kind of affect that would have on my cycle. He went down to nursing 2/day on my CD 22. The scientist in me theorizes that maybe my less nursing=higher progesterone=higher temperatures? *shrugs*
Post # 10
My vote went on CD18, based on your temps.