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so i've been very confused, i got a +OPK on cd18, but my BBT isn't showing O i'm already on CD20 of (most in a cycle) 30. My temps have been at most 97.2 this is my 2nd cycle Charting so i'm still a newbie at it and will worry about everything hehe. i would assume that since i got a +OPK CD18 that CD19 would be O day, but what happens if your chart doesn't match?? should i be worried? i'm sure i've probably posted something similiar to this but i just don't want to jump the gun and call the doc for a appointment when not needed. i had bloodwork down a few months ago and was told i was in the clear of infertility. I'm just afraid this cycle is a anovulatory(sp.?) cycle. *sighs*
You need 3 consecutive high temps (higher than pre-O temps). You have fertile CM yesterday, so thats a very good sign. How is your CM today? I think if you have 2 more days of higher temps, then O may be confirmed. I would keep BDing though because our bodies can do wacky things. GL!
I think you may have a slow temp rise. Your temp today was up higher than your previous six temperatures. I think you could have o'd yesterday. But, you may have a higher temp spike tomorrow.
I don't always ovulate the day after I get a positive opk. If you look through my past charts you will see that I often ovulate 2 days after a positive opk and sometimes as late as 4 days after a positive.
My guess is you will see a temp rise tomorrow. FF won't give you crosshairs until you are 3dpo. I think your chart will look better tomorrow!