Yeah I'm not paying for anything. I'll have a look at ff. it just looks too much. Ovia is much more simple.
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18-04-2015 22:16 #51
19-04-2015 07:17 #52
TTC - charting and metformin
If it's true that you o'd on cd16 gemima ,then you have a perfect cycle with a 14 day luteal phase!! Yay. No signs of a problem with that cycle
I just wrote your on a piece of paper genima and to me it looks like I tried ov on cd16, it failed then had another go on cd21. So that would be a lp of 9 days
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19-04-2015 08:24 #53
It said I have a 31 day cycle this time. It's always different give or take a day or 2. Personally, I felt ovulation pain on cd21.
To begin with I was chatting temps at different times in the day so I'm not sure how correct the first dip is.
I've just looked again and I mixed it up. They said O day way CD19. (Based on cm and cp I think)
This is my cycle insight guide, the cycle on the left is the one I just finished, the right is their guess for this cycle. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1429399436.407213.jpg
19-04-2015 09:26 #54
TTC - charting and metformin
Yes cp is very accurate for me. It drops around 3-4cm day after ov.
And ov day is always the last day of ewcm
Gemima are you taking b6 to extend your lp?
Last edited by Kazza78; 19-04-2015 at 09:54.
19-04-2015 10:56 #55
Nope. Not taking anything. Is it not normal? I have low progesterone, I don't know if that has anything to do with it. I've only been tracking for a month so I'm still finding out what's normal and what's not @Kazza78
19-04-2015 11:06 #56
If you have low progesterone after ov, the days between ov and af will be under 11 days usually. That's your luteal phase.
A baby implants around 6-10 days past ovulation. If a women has a low temp, spotting or af starting only 6-10 days after ov, it's very unlikely to conceive.
Vitamin b6 when you take in a mega b complex from the chemist can extend the days from ov to af or spotting starting.
If you had a progesterone bt and it came back as low, then it might be worth giving the b complex a go.
I'm assuming the metformin and low carb diet will also help dramatically over the next few months too.
19-04-2015 11:29 #57
Thanks @Kazza78 I appreciate all of your help. I'm still learning everything. I take a pregnancy multivitamin so I'm assuming that's contributing to it as well. But I will definitely look into it. AF has been different the past few months as well.
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