Oh that's okay! I think it's because it was labeled an open circle because I tested so early compared to when I usually do. They probably take it into consideration before giving me the crosshairs. SO SMART! haha.
Tomorrow will go back to normal so hopefully it'll rise a bit more. I believe from the research I've done, lower temps during the luteal phase could indicate low progesterone which could make it difficult to maintain a pregnancy. Oh boy, now I've planted a seed in my own head!! I'm such a worry wart!
So I have been sleeping AWFUL lately... luckily I get one stretch of about 3-4 hours in so I can temp... but my God! It's insane. Three nights with rough sleep patterns. I went to bed at 9:45pm last night when I typically go to bed between 11-11:30.
Isn't it funny how sleep patterns change? Damn hormones!
I finally got crosshairs today! My temperature spiked but I woke up 1.5 hours before I normally do and tried to go back to sleep but couldn't so I decided to temp. I wasn't wide awake but I wasn't sleepy. I made a note of it in my chart.
I started temping about a week before my last period started and the temps were about 98.05ish. So, I think I'm finally where I need to be.
I'm also increasingly gassy - my poor husband!
ALSO: I made a stupid mistake and searched similar charts to mine on fertility friend and the result was like 86% ovulatory and 7% pregnancy... I know it doesn't mean anything but still... ugh.
My breasts are sore. And I mean SORE. I KNOW that it's too early for actual pg symptms. So maybe I'm OVing late? Maybe I OVed early and these are pg symptoms? Maybe AF is coming way early? (Let's hope not!!!) I just know that when I taught Zumba last night and this morning, the "girls" were screaming from all the bouncing around!!!
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