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Re: Does charting your temp really help you predict ovulation?

Re: Does charting your temp really help you predict ovulation?

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Posted by Kelly Smith on August 03, 2000 at 23:01:02:

In Reply to: Re: Does charting your temp really help you predict ovulation? posted by Joesha on August 03, 2000 at 22:30:40:

: : It seems so "low-tech" Has anyone conceived using this method?

: :Wendy,
: I'm not sure if it works,but I know it hasn't worked for me. I have taken clomid for four months now and recently purchased the fertility monitor. I have not tried it yet.It's the rave all over the stores and on TV.It's expensive but if it works then it will be worth it. How long have u been trying TTC? Good luck

: Joesha


I have charted my temps since last May and I did indeed get PG in December 1999, but miscarried. I also used ovulation predictors, but not the month I conceived. Only temps! So it can work once you get the hang of it. I did monitor my cervical fluid too, though. Which is also low tech. I think, if your cycles are realatively normal and consistent, once you have charted a few months it is easy to do and will help! If its too hard to figure out, use a service like Fertility Friend.com. I used it the month I conceived and it is so much easier to have the program interpret your temps than to figure them out on your own sometimes. I am just lucky my cycles are very predictable, but not all women's are! Good luck!

Kelly


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