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Old May 14th, 2017, 08:57 AM   11
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Yeah advanced moved me to cd 23.. around those days I had loads of creamy cm so I guess I had ovulated but I took it as I wasn't fertile! Guess I'll have to use my fertility monitor along with preseed next month if AF shows! We only had sex once this cycle



 
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Old May 14th, 2017, 19:29 PM   12
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I'd agree with FF. It's hard to know what's going on with your CM. I have to ask though, how well do you know how to track? For me, the first few months I really had no idea what I was looking at. I'm not saying you don't know what's going on.. but perhaps you missed some fertile CM? Mine can change across a single day.

And obviously you need to up the BDing! Hopefully you can next cycle. With only 1 BD in your fertile window and with not much/any fertile CM the chance isn't fantastic unfortunately. Will you be definitely upping the dose next time? Good luck



 
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Old May 14th, 2017, 21:17 PM   13
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Thank you! I kept it on advanced.. I had forgotten but me and my husband baby danced 4 days before ovulation! I'm hoping those swimmers had stayed!!!

Yeah my nurse told me that if AF shows up or I get a negative hpt up until cd 40 then she's gonna prescribe me progesterone again to jump start my period and then I'll be put on 100mg of clomid instead of 50mg



 
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Old May 14th, 2017, 22:49 PM   14
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Yeah you've got a small chance but because your CM wasn't particularly fertile it's hard to know if the swimmers would have stayed alive. It's possible, but not all that likely.

I'd say you should get AF in less than 10 days if you don't get a positive HPT.



 
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Old May 15th, 2017, 05:46 AM   15
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Yeah hope some were lucky But okay so about bbt adjusting? I had adjusted my two temps that I woke up late and FF changed my ovulation date to cd 20 but if I put in the actual times it moves to cd 23?

Please help?



 
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Old May 15th, 2017, 09:05 AM   16
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How off were the temping times?

I generally never adjusted my times, but did have them in as questionable.

I made another chart with adjusted temps just to see if it was worth doing on my regular chart, and i felt like adjusting just threw things off and made it more confusing and stressful, constantly having me question every little thing.

I know it's best to habe the chart as accurate as possible, but messing about with it too much just seemed to make it too stressful.

Personally, I'd say leave it as it's not going to change when you actually did or how close to bd it was. I know you really want to know for sure, i don't think adjusting times will really help as they're will still be doubt. I'd Just make sure to keep as accurate timing as possible, maybe marking them as questionable if leaving them.

Maybe someone more experienced with temping can weigh in on this, but I'd say leave it and mark it as questionable unless your temping time was way off - if you go with the adjustment, I'd still mark it as questionable (I'm a little skeptical of the accuracy of adjusting anyway).



 
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Old May 15th, 2017, 10:03 AM   17
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How off were the temping times?

I generally never adjusted my times, but did have them in as questionable.

I made another chart with adjusted temps just to see if it was worth doing on my regular chart, and i felt like adjusting just threw things off and made it more confusing and stressful, constantly having me question every little thing.

I know it's best to habe the chart as accurate as possible, but messing about with it too much just seemed to make it too stressful.

Personally, I'd say leave it as it's not going to change when you actually did or how close to bd it was. I know you really want to know for sure, i don't think adjusting times will really help as they're will still be doubt. I'd Just make sure to keep as accurate timing as possible, maybe marking them as questionable if leaving them.

Maybe someone more experienced with temping can weigh in on this, but I'd say leave it and mark it as questionable unless your temping time was way off - if you go with the adjustment, I'd still mark it as questionable (I'm a little skeptical of the accuracy of adjusting anyway).
Thank you for replying spunky!!! Making the temps questionable is a great idea!!! So I marked those temps as discarded and the ovulation date didn't change using the FAM or advanced.. So fingers crossed! So that's why my progesterone level was low! Now it's just the waiting game



 
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Old May 15th, 2017, 11:19 AM   18
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Good luck and keeping fx!



 
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Old May 15th, 2017, 16:54 PM   19
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I agree, and quite often I found that FF would shift my O dated on one odd temp but then it a few days it would adjust back. I think CD 23 makes sense because you had the blood test for your progesterone on CD 22 (I think?) so if you'd O'd on CD 20 then you would have expected your progesterone to be higher.

Spunky, I think we might have the same due date!



 
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