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Anyone know what the odds of getting pregnant on the morning of your temperature rise might be? I know they're not good since the egg only hangs around for 12-24 hours. DH agreed to NTNP yesterday and that was the morning my temp went up.
This baby was conceived the evening of the rise. After 10 cycles of trying with no luck, we decided to try the day of the rise just for the heck of it, and it worked. So for me it's very fertile I don't know stats, though.
I don't know stats either, but it may be helpful to know that the day of the rise doesn't always correlate to ovulation *exactly.* The temps can begin to rise just before ovulation occurs or a few days afterward. NFP guidelines specify that the first 3 days of a thermal shift are potentially fertile!