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TTC? Find out when you're most fertile with our ovulation calculator.
Have literally just started TTC, but at the ripe old age of 38, thought I would try and get some info so have headed for MN.Looked on the Acronyms section but cannot find UCL & CDWould anyone be able to explain these to me please? thanks
Hi Romilly, UCL = usual cycle length and CD = Cycle day (I think)For example cd1 is the day AF gets you.
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