What is does it mean when you say I am 2 days past DPO? Is that 2 days past the specific day you are SUPPOSED to ovulate, or the week of ovulation. I don't have a fancy OPK, but I go by my cycle and period and I track it online. My ovulation day is supposed to be today, so would tomorrow be 1 DPO? Or would the end of my ovulation week target the DPO system to kick in?
Yes tomorrow would be 1dpo if you ovulate today, do you track temp, cm or cp? as you can ovulate at any time in your cycle so is always good to track with at least one other method as to if you ovulate on the day your cycle says, i know i sometimes ovulate a day or 2 either side of what my cycle would say xx
No, I don't track. I guess I didn't realize how complex this really is. We have been having sex all week so I am not too worried, but just reading some of the stories... Wow. I still don't know all of the lingo here, I don't track anything... If I am unsuccessful this time maybe I will. I am just really hoping to get it on the first shot!
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