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    Default Can you please look at my friend's chart??

    Ok, I've been trying to help her out since this is her first month charting but I'm still fairly new to it myself.

    My Ovulation Chart

    I was thinking she O'd on the 19th but after today's temp it looks like she didn't. Her opk's on the 18th and 19th were positive but just barely. The one from yesterday was blazing. She's panicking because they didn't BD last night although they did the 2 nights before that. She also had some inconsistencies with her sleep yesterday. She woke up 40 minutes early and her temp was 96.93 but fell right back asleep. she then temp'd at her normal time of 6:30 when the alarm went off and it was 97.29 as her chart shows. She went with the temp from her normal time since she fell right back asleep. But even if she had gone with her first temp from yesterday she still wouldn't have had a big enough rise today for a thermal shift right? Is today her O day? Any help is GREATLY appreciated! She is so worried she'll miss it and I want to give her some reassurance.


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    This is a tough one. I would be interested in knowing how long her cycles normally are. Also, has she been checking/having fertile CM and just not tracking? Or was there no Cm to speak of. This reminds me of how my chart started this cycle with so many temps above where I would expect the cover line to be.

    I'm putting my money on CD19 (Feb 22) as O day. I think coverline will be 97.0 even and she'll see higher temps going forward.

    Unfortunately it's one of those things that only time and more temps will tell the truth!!!
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    Thank you so much for the response! I'm passing it on to her. I believe her cycles are normally anywhere from 32-36 days. I know she had some fertile cm but can't remember which days. I'll have to ask her.
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    Hmmm....to me it doesn't look like she has O'd yet. It looks like she's getting ready to O really soon, though! Also, tell her not to panic! I've gotten a bfp by BD'ing 5(!) days before O. I think if she BDs tonight and tomorrow or until she see's a temp spike she should be fine! Good luck!
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    Thanks Jina! TTC can be so stressful. She'll appreciate the reassurance!
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    I completely agree with Jina. I don't think she's o'd yet. Tell her to get at it!
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