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June 30th, 2012, 12:17 PM
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It might move the little egg depending on when your temps rise, yes. But it will take the temps, mucus, and OPK into consideration to decide the best place to put the egg. Just bear in mind that none of these signs tell you the exact day of ovulation, only a daily ultrasound can tell you that. Charting just gives us a window, an estimate, of when ovulation likely occurred. With respect to the OPK, ovulation can occur 12 - 36 hours after a positive. With respect to the mucus Peak day (the last day with a slippery sensation, regardless of what kind of mucus was visible) - ovulation usually occurs on that day or during the 2 days after the slippery sensation stops. With respect to temperatures, they can rise just before ovulation or several days afterward!
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