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    Question Confused about O day, what CD do you O?? When should I DTD?

    I'm so confused. I had a 31 day cycle last month. I had a blood test on CD 22 to test for O and it did happen. I asked when and the Doc said she could only say in the 7 days before. My period tracker said O was CD 21 but it only works off dates of periods, not temps etc.

    I don't know if I have enough DTD coverage as we BD 17, 18, 19 and 21.

    CM was EWCM on 18 and 19 but I didn't have any twinges etc.

    When would you DTD? And how often?

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    Sounds to me like you have the dates covered so I woudn't worry. You've done what you can. It only take one sperm to catch that eggy!

    I o'd on mothers day (CD12) and we DTD CD8, CD11, CD12 and CD13. I think that should be enough to cover it


 

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