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    Default Schedule for ttc?

    Hi ladies interested in hearing everyone's plans on ttc, how are you tracking ovulation, temping, opks, etc and plans for bd I've seen heaps of different information, currently trying out "sperm meets the egg plan" but my gp said just BD every second day what are your thoughts and plans?

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    Default Schedule for ttc?

    The month I fell pregnant I temped only until FF confirmed O then stopped to avoid stress of analyzing every temp. And BD everyday from cd10-cd16. I od cd15. I also used digital opk!

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    I'd definitely bd everyday

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    With DS I tracked AF and ovulation with an app, but I didn't do any charting, temping, OPKing etc. We BD'd every day in the week leading up to O and that got us our BFP after three months.

    We're planning on TTC next month and I've been tracking my cycle to get an idea of when I O. We'll probably do the same as last time, if we have the energy! I'm a little worried as it appears that my luteal phase might be a bit short, hoping that sorts itself out.

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    Default Schedule for ttc?

    The month I got my BFP, we were aiming for everyday, but missed one. Dtd tues, thurs, fri and o'd on friday.


 

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