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October 31st, 2011, 09:01 PM
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My body is totally gearing up to O (really sure this time, so much ewcm that I feel like I'm gonna slide to the floor).. but the next two days I'm going to have major disturbances. I'm driving DH to work tomorrow and rushing home to crawl back into bed, I'll lose 30 min of my 3 hrs... not so bad. I hope I go back to sleep at least..

But Wednesday I don't get to go back to bed. I have to take the car to the shop at seven then walk home. I'm not going to want to go back to bed.

*sigh*

how do you handle when you know you'll be doing something out of the ordinary?


I'm going to put my foot down (with myself) next cycle and start going to bed early and making 6am my temp time. I've got my own room as of tonight so no more being woken up when he goes to work, I just need some discipline to get to bed by 3. lol. That way there's no more problems with having to get up early.. since temping earlier has no detriment since I can almost always go back to sleep.
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November 1st, 2011, 07:29 AM
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I really wouldn't worry too much about it. It's the overall pattern that counts, not each individual temp. So if a couple temps are disturbed, it won't ruin the entire chart or anything. Keep extra close tabs on the sensation your CM produces and you can still recognize ovulation based on that. That way you don't have to alter your daily routine around charting.
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November 2nd, 2011, 11:16 AM
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I managed to squeak in 2 hours and 45 minutes of sleep before my alarm woke me up this morning (after I went back to bed). When I woke at 6 to take DH to work, my temp was 97.2, when I crawled into bed at 7:15 it was 97.2.. at 10am it was 98.12!!!! Tcoyf accepted the temp and only adjusted it by .1 degrees (since it was 30 min after my usual wake up.

So I've actually seen my very first temp spike! Slightly disturbed, but heck I'll take it!
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November 8th, 2011, 03:55 PM
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Since I don't temp anymore, I don't handle it.
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