I would not read too much into this; the problem here also is that you can get a temp rise in the second half of the cycle when an egg has not been shed. With PCOS that scenario is even more likely; charting and PCOS are uneasy bedfellows anyway. How long do you plan on charting for?. Also are you under the care of a gynae at a subfertility unit currently, if so what have they said about charting?.
What you may see in the next 10 days is a chart that could go up and down continuously with no definite pattern. PCOS charts can be all over the place.
Ohhh i see i wont get too excited then. I just thought you got a temp rise after ov. I am going to keep the bbt charting up for my next few cycles, then at least i can see if there is any pattern & show my consultant in Sept when i go back.
I started temping as alot of ladies on here with pcos use it & it has been successful for them, as opk's dont always work.