Ovulation and bbt chart question **UPDATED CHART ADDED**
Ok so here goes
this is my first month temping I have previously had a thread on this but things are changing everyday and im getting very very confused
I got my first positive OPK at 10pm CD14 then positives again in morning, noon and evening on CD15. Then negative OPK on CD16 in the morning and afternoon then a positive in the evening i am now on CD17 and have ran out of OPKS. I use the clearblue digitial smiley face ones.
Anyway my temps where dropping on cd14 cd15 and cd16 so i thought I might get a surge in temps on CD17 (today) however I woke up 3 hours before i should take my temps so they where quite low
I looked on the internet and found that I should increase my temps by 1/10 for every half hour early i am in taking my temps which by my calculations shows an increase in temps and countdown to pregnancy (the chart i use) is now showing my coverline and possible ovulation being yesterday. Is this correct?
I am concerned that I might not have ovulated?
I cannot figure out how to link my chart so if anyone can help with this also that would be great
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