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Has anyone had TCOYF take away the egg when they put in that they started their period? I had an egg on CD19 yesterday, and this morning after putting in my temp and that I started my period they took off the egg? I don't know why. This makes last cycle anovulatory and that makes this... not a real period. Can any of you see why they would have done that? Is it because my temps are not shifting a ton, or that my CM was creamy pretty much the whole time after what I thought was ovulation? I don't understand.
I guess I should be happy my period came again after 29 days, no crazy long cycle this time. However, to you ladies who did have anovulatory cycles after BCP, did you mark the next bleeding you had as period because it was a flow like a period or did you mark it as spotting and thus extending the cycle so you can eventually see a pattern even if the flow was like a period?
Last month's chart looks anovulatory to me, but it is hard to tell for sure. You can go ahead and start a new chart for this cycle, but you must consider this bleeding to be fertile since you did not have a clear ovulation last month. That's what TCOYF teaches you to do after an anovulatory cycle. Hopefully your body will get back on track soon. GL!
Wife to Josh
Mommy to Caleb (born 12/11/12)
Thanks! Yea, DH knows we are on condom duty until I have a clear O patterns. I wanted to temp during AF but I temp vaginally and just cant bring myself to brave it at 5:15am. Oh well, I am trying to stay positive! No stressing about Oing... at least I'll try no too. LOL!