Hi Ladies...my cycles typically are 26-29 days long. Last month I went 32 days which threw everything off. I've been charting for the 1st mth so far and confused as all heck...FF says I ovulated on cd9 and I never go that early. All other charts I have say cd 14 so of course I BD around then instead of earlier. Is it possible I O'd later? Crosshairs on my chart don't change when i remove temps from cd 12 so that doesn't work but when I use fermitlity monitor cd changes to 14 so I dunno what the heck happened. All OPK's were lighter or non existent so I have all negatives. I cannot find cervix anymore and boobs have been sore it seems like forever (I'd prefer them big and sore but beggars can't be choosers right) I took a HPT 14dpo and BFN...in my obsessiveness I took and OPK today and there is a clear line but it is lighter than control line so as OPK it's negative but why would there be a line of course it's dry now and still a line taunting me...AGHHHHH!!!!
Any advice you can give will be helpful...thnxs much!!! I have a FF chart I can share..
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