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July 29th, 2012, 09:37 AM
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So, as you know, I ovulated 9 days ago, on CD 11 of last cycle and had a period that started on 5 DPO, leaving me with a 4 day LP.

So now, my question is: Since I JUST ovulated less than 2 weeks ago, is it even possible that I would ovulate early again this cycle? Would an egg even have time to mature and all of that in that short of a time period? Or does the fact that I had a period completely "restart" everything and the length of time between ovulation doesn't actually matter?

ETA: Also, does anybody know why attain won't mark this as a new cycle? Is it just because my LP was SO short? This is my chart: http://www.attainfertilityplanner.co...?m=babybear410

I e-mailed their help desk but now it keeps giving me an error message when I try to access it, so I thought maybe one of you would know.
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July 29th, 2012, 10:15 AM
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If you go to contact support and then click on submit a ticket you can try to get some help there. I don't know about ovulation but I have no clue as to why it wouldn't start a new cycle. Perhaps look in the override settings to start a new cycle...
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July 29th, 2012, 10:34 AM
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I think it's possible you didn't ovulate with a 5 day LP, it looks more like you had an attempt at ovulation that failed...resulting in a withdrawal bleed. The mucus pattern doesn't show Peak according to the charting I teach, and the thermal shift is suspicious. The discarded temps are probably contributing to Attain's lack of certainty about a shift. When ovulation fails like that, withdrawal bleeding is not the start of a new cycle and yourbody can rev up to attempt ovulation again anytime.
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If you go to contact support and then click on submit a ticket you can try to get some help there. I don't know about ovulation but I have no clue as to why it wouldn't start a new cycle. Perhaps look in the override settings to start a new cycle...
I did submit a ticket but the link it gives me to the helpdesk always comes up with an error message. I've also looked in the override settings and I don't see anything that says start a new cycle but I will look again. Thank you!
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Did this ever get straightened out?
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