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Hello Ladies! My name is Keshia and I have actually been a member of Justmommies for awile just not active. I found this sight really helpful when I was trying to conceive my second child and so now I am back!
Here is a little bit of history... I am 30 with 3 beautiful boys 9, 4, and 2). Still hoping for some PINK! I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 13. I have been on Metformin for about 5 years now.
I have just started temping again and my chart this month is way different than any other month. I was wondering if you guys would help me out! I can not figureout how to post a link to my chart though FF here though :\
Been awhile since I have been on here!
Anyways.. I am 7dpo. Had the thermal shift that indicated o for about 3 days... then 4 and 5dpo my temps stayed on the coverline(97.7). That has never happened to me before... I am always above the coverline. I assumed progesterone issues as I did have low progesterone with my last 2 pregnancies. But then on 6dpo my temp spiked to 98.3 and today at 7dpo it is a 98.1. What the heck?? Has there ever happened to anyone else before?
I know very little about temping, however I think there are a few girls here who may be able to help! I just wanted to say Hi! and Welcome back Hope to get to know you better and pray you get that PINK BFP soon
Charting can be a very frustrating thing. Your temp may be low some months, high the next. They may usually hover just above the coverline and then suddenly be their highest ever. It can vary a bit form cycle to cycle, the important thing is that you have a healthy luteal phase length and that you did have a thermal shift. It doesn't have to be huge, just there.
To link FF:
Go to your chart
hit the drop down menu "sharing"
Under charting home page hit "set up"
All the way at the bottom, make sure the chart is selected to be published
Then go back to "sharing" and hit create graphical ticker
At the end of creating your ticker it will give you the option to get the code for here.. make sure you use the non-html one. The ticker when clicked on will bring people to your chart.
annnnd I just saw you already got it.. but I will post instructions anyway just in case others are curious.