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Ovulation can occur on Peak day, the first day after Peak, or the second day after Peak. That's why the 3 days after Peak are considered potentially fertile, even though the mucus is drying up or gone during those 3 days. It can vary from woman to woman, and from cycle to cycle in the same woman. There's no way to know *for sure* which day it is with charting though, even with temps and OPK's.
Ok, that makes me feel better. And it makes sense. I keep wondering why my CM is getting less and I haven't had a temp spike yet. I suppose that's why there are rules, because we can't predict exactly. Thanks, Shawna!