Post # 1
So after my MC in August and unlucky in Sept, I am temping and charting!
I had a temp rise early on which FF is indicating was my O date ( I wasn’t really taking OPKS yet as it was CD 8!!! WTF!) Not feeling super hopeful because we only BD once ON the O date and none before, ( But we did a bunch after as I didn’t think I would O that early) OPKS have all been neg this week, with little EWCM ( normally I have a lot)
My temps were up for a week but on 8 DPO i had a temp drop, then they rose today 9 DPO but not as high as before. Would the levels drop this early to indicate AF is coming? This would be a really short cycle for me (avg 32 days)
Can any chart experts look at this for me? Is AF coming? So confused.
I was consistent in my timing of taking temps, not sick, havent drank much this cycle, but missed two days of temping ( out of town for work)
Am I out ? I’ll be so sad!
Post # 2
I’m not an expert by any means, but sometimes once you get more temperatures FF will recalculate and change the O date. Don’t count yourself out until AF arrives!
Post # 3
Thank you! I am hoping it will, I was using my period tracker and they have my o date on Friday, but I have had no EWCM so far and OPKs not even close to positive, so who knows! Hopefully the temps will go back up!
Post # 4
If you were having EWCM on CD 11 I would imagine your O date would be around there or after.
It seems like since you have so few temps and things to go on FF is just taking a shot in the dark. I would try tracking your CM along with temping so you can get better info from the app.
My temp was up as high as 97.6 pre ovulation this month.
Post # 5
Thank you! I have been making notes about it and will continue to do so- When I was PG the first time I had tons and tons of it literaly the day before my BFP, ( sorry for TMI) Ill try to go back and input it. But it dos seem less than normal so hopefully I didnt O yet !!
You are probably right about the FF just making an educated guess. Ill see how it shifts after the next week of temps. Thanks for your advice 🙂