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It should have a red line like this... Maybe because I had a couple of OPK? It also says that a hollow circle means FF thinks there is something which may be wrong with the information it's got...maybe check the times? Or because I had a faint line on my first OPK I put medium then on the second OPK I put high (as it was a dark line) which gives it something to go on... Add when you BD too...
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13-09-2014 10:43 #11
13-09-2014 15:42 #12
I am still new using the FF app and have found it a little confusing too. Although probably more so because I am on clomid and have PCOS so I think it may be throwing out my OPKs!
First cycle I tried to use the Otests where it just gives you lines, but got excited as I thought I got a positive, but when I got my BT I had not, so I switched tests to the simple smiley face ones- bit more expensive I know, but gives me peace of mind! haha
From what I have read, I agree with previous comments about your O day being D14, going on your temp drop.
13-09-2014 19:06 #13
FF won't put the red O line on your chart until you've had at least 3 days of higher temps. You should also make sure you have it set on "advanced" for your interpretation method. That way it will take into account all your signs when figuring out when you O'd.
14-09-2014 09:44 #14Member
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14-09-2014 17:55 #15
Not really. Your temps will probably go in a bit of a seesaw shape throughout the TWW. If lots of temps drop below the red cover line then that's not great, but still might not mean anything.
Are you taking your temps at exactly the same time each morning?
14-09-2014 17:59 #16
I havnt got a horizontal line which is weird :s
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14-09-2014 20:13 #18
An hour can make a difference to your temps (and FF will say something about it in the analysis).
Generally, as long as the majority of the temps are above cover line, it's fine.
14-09-2014 20:20 #19
And always wear the same amount of clothes and blankets when you do it, regardless of how hot/cold you feel
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15-09-2014 09:03 #20
Yes, an hour can make a big difference to your temps. You really need to take it at the same time every day. I have a thermometer that's saves the temp, so since I get up at 6 for work, I set my alarm for 6 on the weekends too. I barely wake up, stick it in my mouth and wait for it to beep, then set it aside and go back to sleep. Then I just look at the temp later.
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