(Closed) Does this Chart look right?

posted 5 years ago in TTC
Post # 2
282 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Unfortunately I can’t help much as I was awful at charting and gave it up as I was tired of trying to analyze it. But from what you’re describing, I’d rely on OPKs and your chart more than O pains, as there could be other things to attribute the pain too. FX for you!

Post # 3
1609 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Based off of your OPKs, cervix position, and CM, I would say FF is correct.  If I went off your temps, I could see CD 17, but I think FF has it correct.

Post # 4
9791 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

Thursday could be possible with a slow rise.  I usually had O pains and mine were very accurate and I’m 100% positive they were O pains (my OPKs, cervical fluid, temps, and O pains all lined up once I got used to charting- but the first 3 months my charts were also a little unclear as I figured things out).  The first months charting can be tricky since you don’t know what to expect.  See how your temps play out the next 3 days and that will probably make things clearer.  Do you temp at the same time every morning?  Another thing, if you find your temps to be too rocky you can try temping vaginally as that is usually more stable.  Your timing is fine for any of these dates.

Post # 6
192 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

I think you O’d CD 17. I also felt O pains and knew it was right as I was being monitored at the time. Also it’s usual to have +opks leading to O and – on O day.

Post # 8
2848 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

Based on your OPK’s and the temps, I agree with FF that you O’d CD15. I alaways ovulated the day after my first positive OPK. 

I always was on the lookout for ovulation pains, but I couldnt really trust msyelf to determine if something was an ovulation pain or just a random twinge. Maybe you know your body better tho!

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