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I am a little frustrated. Yesterday I was wet in the first part of the day but later in the evening I was dry. We DTD last night and a little while afterward took a shower. I have been very dry today. What should I put down for my chart? My instructor makes me want to do this regularly. She had me put wet down for yesterday.
PM to see if I am available to make a siggy - decisions will be made on a case by case basis.
I hear your pain! This drives me nuts, too. I'm wet, I'm dry, I'm sticky, I'm creamy, you name it. In general I feel very wet every morning and then get sticky toward the evening. My cervix is high, low, medium, closeYeah weird. But I never knew what to put on my chart. But, yeah, my NFP teachers said to put the most fertile sensation every day, too...
I took a shower shortly after wards before going to bed so I was wondering. I did have a little wetness, but I didn't "count" it because I hadn't been up very long at that point. Does that make sense?[/b]
Yes, that makes sense. Even if it was just a little, mark it - but it doesn't interfere with your establishment of Peak because you know it was related to SF.
The big change from slippery to not slippery is how you identify Peak (with the other conditions met). SF can feel wet, but it doesn't produce a sensation of lubrication the same way slippery mucus does. You did recognize that big change, so even though you mark SF - it gets a yellow stamp and it doesn't rule out your Peak.