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    You really need to consider vaginal temping. You're very rocky!
    Keep that in mind, Funchu and I usually o around day 21

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    Sorry jenjen but I agree, at least it's reliable!

    For me temp stayed up, AF due tomorrow. BFN though. Will keep waitin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    lost hope that I ovulated on my first cycle.

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    You had a really long cycle last time, so o might be just around the corner, although it might have been around cd18 & it's not showing on your chart because you've been doing it wrong! If you get up and walk around your temp will be all over the place. My temp is lowest right after I wake up & then rapidly rises as soon as I move. I know this because I've done experiments at different times of day. For example, my temp in the early evening (as soon as I get home from work) is usually over 37.1 after o, and under 37 before o, so I sometimes start taking my evening temp around 10dpo, as my evening temps are a bit more steady.

    Apparently your temp rises by about 0.05° for every half hour later you take it (that's how bbt adjusters calculate it), but I've found restless sleep, or moving as I take my temp (e.g. if I accidentally leave the thermometer in the bathroom), affects my temp more than the time I take it. I worked out that it can be up to 0.2° higher if I move! Try taking your temp straight after waking without moving tomorrow morning & see how it compares to other temps. If it's about the same or higher, I'd say you've already od. If it is lower, I'd say o is still to come. Then you could adjust all of your other temps down by 0.2° & you might get your cross-hairs.

    As for opks, I found them totally unreliable. I think I might have a short LH surge, so if I don't take it at the right time I never get a +ve. Mine are stark white straight after AF, I start getting faint lines that gradually darken from about cd11, then the one time I got a +ve I'd done about 5 that day (because my temp had dropped below 36° that morning) & got the +ve at about 7pm, tested again at 11pm to see if it would get darker (without drinking or going to the bathroom in between) & it was back to really faint. My temp went up the next day to indicate o.

    Hang in there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    lost hope that I ovulated on my first cycle.

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    Hun did I read somewhere that you have PCOS? When I first started charting my temps were so rocky and all over the place but once I found out I had PCOS and started Clomid I had a great looking chart and I definitely ovulated and this month is following a very similar pattern to last cycle.

    Don't mean to scare you if you don't but that's why my chart was so rocky.

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    Jen, predictable is great ...makes reading your chart so much easier. And you get to learn the pattern so if anything is different its more obvious.


    VP, I started with Vicks digital thermometer, it only went to 1 decimal place so my chart was a little jaggered. Then i started using a bbt thermometer that I got from oracle fertility.


    Becca. The first cycle charting is the hardest, especially if your cycles irregular.


    Thats great Elswyth! Fx that temp stays up.


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    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/m/home.php/3bb642

    Totally over even hoping this cycle will produce anything. Looks like vitex is doing nothing for me!! Cranky!! Youd think after 23 months TTC there would be something!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teeja View Post
    Hun did I read somewhere that you have PCOS? When I first started charting my temps were so rocky and all over the place but once I found out I had PCOS and started Clomid I had a great looking chart and I definitely ovulated and this month is following a very similar pattern to last cycle.

    Don't mean to scare you if you don't but that's why my chart was so rocky.
    I do have pcos. Can a GP prescribe clomid??

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    No only a gyno or FS can prescribe clomid. If you have PCOS clomid might be very helpful in getting you to ovulate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starflame View Post
    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/m/home.php/3bb642

    Totally over even hoping this cycle will produce anything. Looks like vitex is doing nothing for me!! Cranky!! Youd think after 23 months TTC there would be something!
    Sorry to hear there has been no ovulation. I would really look at a private gyno hun. You will get back more than half, and as I said in the vitex thread, gynos do unmonitored cycles usually so you don't need to see them much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    I do have pcos. Can a GP prescribe clomid??
    You will have to see a Gyno or FS and will need to get a referral from your GP


 

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