Getting Started With Fertility Charting - Page 2

Other observations to record on your fertility chart

Other observations you will want to record on your chart. Write down any questions you have for your doctor as you think of them. Sometimes you forget what you wanted to ask and having them written down comes in handy. You will also want to write down when you have intercourse. You should be able to look at your chart and see if your timing was right.

  • Record any medications you are taking and what day you took them. Some medications will affect your fertility. Discuss with your doctor any medications you take and how that it will affect you.
  • If you are sick or have a fever be sure to write a comment on your chart. You can use your fertility chart to write down anything that you notice about your body and your cycle.
  • If you drink alcohol (especially if you have had a lot to drink) this needs to be recorded in your chart. Alcohol can affect your sleep patterns, temperature, and fertility.

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By RebekahTanaka on 06/16/13 at 10:22 pm

I also recommend the PREGNANCY MIRACLE METHOD to get pregnant fast and naturally!

By AmandaHugNKiss on 06/23/09 at 1:45 am

A good article but it doesn't explain *why* you take your temperature each morning - many women do not realise that after ovulation, the progesterone re  ...

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