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Did I ovulate? Slow rise/fallback?

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delaniejohnson Fri 14-Aug-20 16:15:59

@Juno231 @Livingmagicallyagain

I ended up inputting a bunch more temps from my cycle and I "discarded" the four temps that were super high, and you can see a clear shift. With those four temps included it was hard to see because of the spikes but I don't think four temps should make such a big difference to indicate I didn't ovulate (especially because my cycle has been so long).

Also... I woke up to my period today! So I think I definitely did ovulate but my LP is 5 days, so obviously very short. But honestly this is a win for me. I went 1.5 years with no periods and no ovulation at all so I'll take ovulating with a short LP for now smile

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Juno231 Fri 14-Aug-20 09:14:17

It's hard to say just yet as your CD41 temp is throwing a spanner in the works. If your temp goes back up tomorrow and remains at that sort of level I do think you've had a temp shift indicating ovulation has occurred.

delaniejohnson Fri 14-Aug-20 08:14:15

Yes it is my first month! That's funny you could tell hahah. Thank you! Hoping to get a better rise tomorrow.

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Livingmagicallyagain Fri 14-Aug-20 06:43:33

Is this your first month temping?

You won't know til you have the whole pattern for that cycle but so far looks accurate based on your CM. Fingers crossed for you!

delaniejohnson Fri 14-Aug-20 02:59:37


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delaniejohnson Fri 14-Aug-20 00:45:55

I'm recovering from amenorrhea so my cycles are super long. I had EWCM for four days last weekend and after that it dried up and is now sticky. I thought I ovulated for sure, but my temps are so confusing. I had a dip on the last day of EWCM then a slight rise but it fell back down today. I'm 4DPO if I am correct about when I ovulated. Do you guys think I O'd?

I know I need to wait for the next few days of temps but do you think it's possible? Attached is my chart and also my chart when FF is on advanced mode, so it gave me crosshairs but idk if they're accurate.

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