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Hi, ladies! After entering my data for this a.m., the following message is what FF had to say about my O date...
"Your chart data does not allow ovulation to be pinpointed to within a 24 hour timeframe.
Your temperature suggests, however, that ovulation may have occured between CD 8 and CD 17."
I've never seen this message before, so I'm slightly confused... There is a large gap in my temps, mostly because I was on AF so I didn't bother. But here's the thing, my old wake up time was usually around 9a, whereas for the past three days I've been temping around 6:30a. Could y'all take a look at my chart and tell me what you think? I'm thinking I O'd between CD 16 and 18 because even though I woke up earlier, my temps are still higher... What do you guys think?
I'm stressing about stuff right now, so my sleep schedule has been very crazy. I plan to keep my temp time earlier, at least for the rest of this cycle. It seems like I have better luck on FAM, so I plan to leave it on that setting.
I don't normally check cm especially around BD. It just always looks ewcm to me. Early this morning, though, I had a big glob of ewcm and maybe a tiny bit of spotting? Once I recorded that, FF took my crosshair away, so I'll see what happens in the next few days.
I just need to get my wake up time consistent. I really have problems with sleeping a regular schedule, so I'm starting to think charting isn't for me. I'm wondering if I'm one of those people that can still get a pattern at different wake up times. Even though my temps are erratic, it almost seems like they are corresponding more to the number of hours of sleep I get versus whether I get up at exactly the same time.