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SUCKS lol, I'm not night nursing anymore because he sleeps through the night but my body is just not ovulating when it should. I'm on CD16 and should have O'd today but nothing. This is the first month temping since AF returned but my cycles have been all over the place, 35 days, 29 days, 26 days. I just wish things would regulate so I could know when to avoid ugh.....ok rant over
I am right there with you! It does suck! I haven't got an AF back yet and am still night nursing so have not even ovulated yet, it makes it really hard. Hopefully you ovulate soon though so you can know!
I didn't know that I will have to look into it. I chart through TCOYF but also use FF just to put my temp in, in case I can't get to the computer right away or forget. Anyway FF says I ovulate but TCOYF hasn't picked up ovulation yet. I don't think FF is right but I dunno lol.
I just wish things would regulate so I could know when to avoid ugh.....ok rant over
Well the mucus sign should be able to tell you that! NFP is all about knowing on any given day whether you're potentially fertile or not, so you don't have to guess or predict...and that way it also doesn't matter how long or short the cycle ends up being. What guidelines are you following for avoiding or are you just waiting for ovulation each time?
I know what you mean, I wish I had a totally regular cycle so I could plan like getaway weekends with dh while TTA and actually not end up during my period or fertile time. But at least you can figure it out by charting.