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Cantbelieveimdoingthisagain Sat 06-Dec-14 17:54:14

Soooo... Can anyone read this chart???

I can explain the dip around day 5/6 - it was -5 degrees where I live that night.

I don't know if it counts but here's a bit of background.

Ttc dc2 for 4 months. However have only had 1 period in this time. Usually 90 days + cycle. On day 49 of last cycle, had acupuncture which brought on a period 6 days later. Also took soy days 1-5 100,100,150,150,200mg.
Have never had EWCM before until this chart (records at bottom of this chart).

I have also had the flu this week which explains the dots that are not connected.. so don't know if that counts. Sorry for the babble, but can anyone read this? confused please? smile

Cantbelieveimdoingthisagain Sat 06-Dec-14 17:55:01

The chart attachment may be helpful blush

Cantbelieveimdoingthisagain Sat 06-Dec-14 17:57:14

Should also mention that I CANNOT get a positive OPK for love not money and have tested almost every day for the past 4 months!

willitbe Sat 06-Dec-14 19:59:28

I would guess that the two high temperatures were to do with being ill. There is no biphasic pattern yet, but the next few days will tell if the latest low was just a fall-back rise or that you have not yet ovulated.

Have you tried taking opk's at different times of day?

Have you previous charts to compare with, or is this your first time charting?

Cantbelieveimdoingthisagain Sat 06-Dec-14 20:06:08

Yeah first time charting. I think my temperatures may be due to illness. The only thing leaving me thinking that I may have or may be ovulating is the CM, days of EWCM and is now watery.

I have pee'd on 4 opks today

Who knew there was so much science behind it all?!

willitbe Sat 06-Dec-14 21:56:20

The Ewcm and watery does bode well for ovulating soon for you!

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