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    I think it's probably more of an old wives tale to be honest.
    I can't see there'd be any real science behind it.
    Maybe they say that because couples that have been together a long time aren't in that "honeymoon period" and may have less s3x

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    My temp has been consistent 36.2 all day :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lottiemum View Post
    My temp has been consistent 36.2 all day :/
    You're using a BBT thermometer?

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    No just a normal digital one. How big a difference does that make?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lottiemum View Post
    No just a normal digital one. How big a difference does that make?
    Massive difference. .if u want to chart u need a thermometer to read to 2 decimal places otherwise u wont see the differences in temps. Changes can be subtle...one day might be 36.21 the next 36.29 n in charting terms that can be a big difference. They are really easy to find. Most chemists have them for around $20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lottiemum View Post
    Is it a big issue if you wake up and put your temps in at different times?
    yes if you don't wake up at the same time every morning with at least 5 hours unbroken sleep you won't get correct results.

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    Why is my app not letting my post pics of my chart....???

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    FINALLY! 10DPO tomorrow day. I haven't been on here for a little while. Hurry up weekend so I can test!

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    Tiffany- FX!! Your chart looks really good

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    so is my chart pointless? I got confused cause i read that you should use a BBT thermometer but then read that they are a waste of money and any digital thermometer is fine :S And i am unable to wake at the exact same time every morning as my son wakes up at different times


 

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