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I did the Very Bad Thing....
MrsTang posted:
I broke the cardinal rule of temping, and temped more than once on the same day. [br>[br>Before you ground me, let me explain. [br>[br>My usual temp time is 6am. [br>[br>DH had to open his restaurant this morning, so he was up at 4AM. He woke me up, and for about 10 mins I rolled around and tried to pretend I was still asleep. Finally I realized that wasn't going to work, so I temped: 96.8. Which is what my normal temp is - And is also my "coverline" on my chart. [br>[br>DH finally left, and I fell back asleep around 5am. Alarm went off at 6, so I temped again. This time, it was 97.05 after about an hour of sleep. I went back to sleep. DD woke me up at I temped again. It was 97.45. [br>

I used the temp correcter on FF and that's what plotted on my chart now. And even though I had a negative OPK yesterday, I had a positive one today.

I am obsessing. [br>[br>So, naturally, I came here to drag you all down the rabbit hole with me.
Erinn 27, DH (John) 28, DD (Gia) born 3/6/08: emergency induction at 33 weeks/severe preeclampsia. Losses in 5/06 and 6/09...Currently TTC2. Chart:
prayforamiracle responded:
I know I have done that as well. I would definitely take an average of the first two temps, but would discard the last one all together. Congrats on the positive opk! Good luck this cycle!
Prayforamiracle-Me(37)Dh(44)TTC since 11/06. Only pregnancy ended in miscarriage in 7/07. Dealing with MFI. Anovulatory and irregular cycles due to PCOS. 1st IUI 1/12=BFN, 2nd IUI 2/12=BFN

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