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November 7th, 2012, 03:20 AM
Jen@FirsAve Jen@FirsAve is offline
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Hi, Karin covered a lot of what charting entails, I personnally dont start charting until around day 10 of my cycle as i like my sleep but I have been doing it for long enough now to have a better idea of when ill likely O. As your starting out, if you have a BBT (basal thermometer) i'd say start today, it can take a while of getting used to doing it properly (it has to be done at the same time each day) so your chart will likely be wonky for a while but try and stick with it!

Fertility Friend, the website Karin mentioned does have loads of tutorials available too which will cover the basics of charting. I would also recommend a book called Taking Charge of Your Fertility

Hope this helps,
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