clearblue question??

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  1. baileysmom85

    baileysmom85 2 boys pregnant w/#3

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    first month using monitor.... day 14 and i have a high reading... i noticed for the first time this month to i have ewcm and that is always when we start bd'ing... cause when i have ewcm positve opk for like four days... i think we are starting to early and using up his good swimmers. this month im off soy iso, didnt make a difference made me spot each month around 9dpo, anyway anyone heard of someone get a bfp only bd on peak days? if i dont have a peak tomorrow or the next day prob start bd, i think now is to soon? any advice? this is month 4 for us
     
  2. baileysmom85

    baileysmom85 2 boys pregnant w/#3

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    one more thing... my temp has not dropped yet
     
  3. Bunnylicious

    Bunnylicious Well-Known Member

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    browse the FF gallery for example?

    you can filter it based on "Using Fertility Monitor"
     
  4. lipglossy

    lipglossy Well-Known Member

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    I bd'd on the 2 highs, the 2 peaks & the 1 high after the peaks, so 5 in a row in total & got my bfp the first month! i think jus bd as much as u can during ur high & peak days, hope that helps x
     
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    knitbit Well-Known Member

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    The instructions say to BD at least once at high and once at peak.

    Using it for the first time this month, too. CD6 here...
     

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