I am using temperatures taken by DuoFertility. Each morning I connect my sensor and put in the same temperature in Fertility Friend. Their software gives you a lot of details and you can compare your charts with other ladies. Also it confirms ovulation a lot earlier than DF.
A good way to tell who's reliable is to look at your luteal phase length. Everyone's is different but your own doesn't change from month to month even if you have irregular length cycles. I don't know about my temps changing on df because I tend to look more at the pattern and not at individual temps. But I do know that even though my cycle varies from 27 to 31 days, my luteal phase is always 11. I'm counting day after ovulation as 1 and up to day before period. So when df has calculated my ovulation for the last 3 months and then I've gone on to have my period it's always been 11 days later. That's why I'm considering it reliable?
I thought LP length should be about the same every cycle. Last month it was 16 days and I usually have 27/28 day cycle. I guess I have to wait till AF arrives to se what's this month ( I am only using DF for the second cycle). I have emailed DF support about my concerns. I'll see what they say
Hello Ladies, I tested today and BFN, I also have a headache which is a good sign AF is on it's way, but I called to check on my HSG results from 7 weeks ago and they are on their way so FS is getting closer at last. Every cloud has a silver lining
I have been looking into getting one of these - the claims they make are great and there are some success stories out there. My only hesitation is that I can get pregnant (have been pregnant 3 x's in a year) but since my m/c at the beginning of september I haven't got a peak on my CBFM but have on other opks. Thought this machine would take away the stress.
Once you have purchased it are there other things you need to by each month or for £500 is that it?
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