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boo. Liv is 13 months old now and I really thought I would be more "normal". I had alot of medical stuff going on that affected my hormones and electrolytes and that definitely made things a little off.
Well now that's all corrected, my milk finally dried up after correcting things but my chart may have gotten even more confusing lol.
AFter af, I literally felt "wet" every day until O which was on CD 22....I'm usually on or around CD 17. And I usually have some dry days before!
I'm just frustrated
I guess the positive is that I'm not preggo lol
For many cycles when I first started using BOM I had an almost impossible time distinguishing "wet" from other non-fertile sensations since I am always some form of wet, just not the wet you put on your chart. Maybe since you've changed with new hormones that's kind of what's happening?
What, I put it on my chart as moist or something, just not wet was what I was saying. Had I not switched to BOM I would have described it as "wet." Hard for me to tell the difference for a long time, it was all wet, or all moist or all something, but eventually I could tell what was what.