I'm hoping the 50 day thing was a fluke--I was pretty stressed in December between work and preparing for the holidays, so between that and still recovering from the MC, I might have had delayed or no ovulation. The box says the CBFM is good for cycles up to 42 days and this last cycle is the only one in my life I've had that was longer than that. But if I go through 20 sticks and still haven't gotten any highs, I'll reset it like Piperette suggested. Fingers crossed that it doesn't come to that!
I had gotten the impression from other comments that if you got a low, it might not ask for a test the next day or two... How common is it for the monitor to have you skip days for testing?
I'm pretty sure it doesn't skip days asking you for a test stick, it continues to ask until it detects your peak or it gets to 20 . X
Crisis averted!! I turned on my monitor today (after skipping yesterday CD16) and it asked for a stick, just like normal. Woohoo!! And it was my first high day.... FINALLY!!! I was losing hope that I would even ovulate this cycle and getting pissed off because I was using so many of these expensive sticks
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