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Need a little helt to understand thing.
My basale temperature had a big dropp on morning CD 13, i also have little cramps and bloating.
CD 10-12 ihad a lot egg white mucus, but today I have a lot wet mucus, feel wet all day. Also checked my cervix, its soft and open.
What u thin, is the ovulation day today, or rather tomorrow?
If I had sex last night, do i have big chance of getting pregnant or we should do it again tonight?
Thaks for your opinions and help!
(its saturday evening where i live day 13, just sayng cause post ime is 8:44 mornig this site time )
Well, there is the infamous temperature drop that happens shortly before the temperature shift, but generally you could assume the following:
Ovulation can be assumed one or two days prior to the Peak Day, the day your mucus was of the most fertile quality. So, if today you still have a very wet sensation and by tomorrow this will change and dry up this will mean today, day 13 is your Peak Day.
Hence the best time trying to get pregnant would be around this day (plus/minus two to three days prior and after your Peak Day).
Just waiting on the temperature shift can be misleading if your progesterone needs some time to get your BBT to react and does not immediately rise after ovulation. It usually takes about two days in general to rise after ovulation occurs.