I’ll go ahead and join since I probably won’t O until later this month, therefore no POAS until February.
Current Cycle Day/DPO: CD7.
Ovulation Date: According to my fertility app, the 19th of this month. Fertile days from 16th-20th.
POAS Date/Usual Cycle Length: February 1st, which will be 12 DPO (depending on when/if I actually ovulate); cycle length is very erratic.
Cycles Trying: 3rd cycle, second round of TTC. (TTC the first time from October 2011-November 2012).
BFP Plan (BD timing, supplements, etc.): BD every day/every other day, taking prenatals, walking, eating healthier, cutting out most sugar/caffeine, reading TCOYF as well as the Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy.
Link to Chart, if any: I’m charting with the Kindara app, not FF, so no link.
and for fun –
What are you going to do to ENJOY this month aside from TTC?
Eating sushi as much as possible! And enjoying late sleeping on the weekends.
I had a question though for anyone that is more knowledgeable than I am with charting. This is my first month actually charting (using OPKs and temping), and I have noticed an odd thing with my temps. The first 6 days, my BBT was 98.2. 6 days in a row, the same temperature. This AM, it was 98.6. Is this a normal progression of temps? From the charts I’ve seen, the temperature usually isn’t the same for days and then up a little, but it could just be my body. I’ve taken my temp at the same time each day (6:15 AM), and I don’t snore/am not a mouth breather, so that shouldn’t affect the results.
I also have one more question (sorry everyone, lol). I have endometriosis; one of the symptoms of this is abnormal (brownish) discharge. I had a laparoscopy in August 2012 to remove what the gyno found, but have noticed that I’ve started having the same discharge again. Could this interfere with noticing cervical mucus? I’ve never had the egg-white kind as far as I’m aware; I’ve only had the sort of creamy white kind and then brown discharge. I seriously have never seen what people describe as the ‘fertile’ cervical mucus, because I’ve always had constant brown/black discharge from the endo.