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    Default First month using FF help?

    Hi ladies

    This is my first month using FF and not sure how to really read the charts haha I thought someone could look and enlighten me

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    Last edited by themunros0209; 12-09-2014 at 13:52.

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    Hi @themunros0209 not sure if you tried to post a link to your chart? It doesn't appear to be showing up. Could you try again? Or take a screen shot of it and upload it maybe?


    Edited to add: Sorry, must have been my computer, I can see it now!

    That looks to me like you might have O'd on CD14. You have a temperature rise on CD15 above any of your previous temperatures (and a temp dip on CD14 - which can sometimes happen on O day). If your temperature stays high tomorrow, FF will put a cross pattern on your chart to show O at CD14. It doesn't put the cross on showing O until you've had 3 consecutive days of high temperatures.
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    Hope this works

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    Thanks, I managed to see it after all - see reply above Hope it helps, if I haven't explained it very well, just let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HillDweller View Post
    Thanks, I managed to see it after all - see reply above Hope it helps, if I haven't explained it very well, just let me know!
    Thank you that's really helpful, I was doing opks too and had a couple that looked positive on cd 12,13 and 14 so I was abit confused!

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    Quote Originally Posted by themunros0209 View Post
    Thank you that's really helpful, I was doing opks too and had a couple that looked positive on cd 12,13 and 14 so I was abit confused!
    The OPK's will usually show a positive 24-36 hours before O. I've had some months where they have stayed almost positive leading up too. (Usually if I put them side by side I can see the one that was the 'real' positive. The other ones are just slightly lighter. Sometimes it's hard to tell! That's probably why they tell you to stop doing OPK's once you get a positive. I find I never get a line darker than the test though, so I keep doing them so I can compare and figure out which one was closest). I would say you definitely O'd on CD14 then, and it looks like you BD'd at the right time, so fingers crossed for you! Good luck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HillDweller View Post
    The OPK's will usually show a positive 24-36 hours before O. I've had some months where they have stayed almost positive leading up too. (Usually if I put them side by side I can see the one that was the 'real' positive. The other ones are just slightly lighter. Sometimes it's hard to tell! That's probably why they tell you to stop doing OPK's once you get a positive. I find I never get a line darker than the test though, so I keep doing them so I can compare and figure out which one was closest). I would say you definitely O'd on CD14 then, and it looks like you BD'd at the right time, so fingers crossed for you! Good luck!!

    Thank you!!! fx I will update this post if I get my bfp!

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    Add the data in from your pos OPKs and it should highlight your O day


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    Ok I've added the +opk and this is my chart now





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