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That message is a bit cryptic, but I think what she is trying to advise is to follow the TTC guidelines strictly this time (I'm sure you're a pro at that already).
Yes, you should use slippery days not matter what. But the importance of the timing of BDing before that may have been what she was getting at. Alternate nights during the BIP and then once you reach the point of change, WAIT. Wait until slippery, BD then and for a few days after Peak. But since you didn't really have any BIP days, I guess she must have been recommending alternate nights anyway.
Have you consistently had wet days right after menstruation for at least 3 cycles like this? I wonder if that's your BIP, and the point of change occurred when the creamy arrived on CD13?
I'm not Shawna, but I have never TTC while charting, so Idk much about it, however I have had friends that were told to only do it every other day (all the time) due to like low sperm count, do you all have any issue with that or anything? (and they were friends, not doctors or anything, so idk if it is really true or not.)
Thanks Shawna - I guess I will keep up with the "schedule" this week then! We were going to do every other day before Ovulation, but we both got sick and DTD got pushed back. As it is we had to DTD while not feeling good.
Oh and yes, I am always wet - either just slightly or with a creaminess. Very rarely am I dry before peak.
Christen (did I spell it right?) - We had a SA done in April and DH's numbers and motility are above average so I think we are good there.
PM to see if I am available to make a siggy - decisions will be made on a case by case basis.