We have managed to bd every night. When I got pregnant last time we bd'ed every night. Everyone says every other day. But thats hard to do. Do you know what all the cm is for? Like when its like eggwhites or when its watery? Sometimes very dry? Do you know what it is supposed to be when ovulation occurs?
I've missed talking to my friends on here.
It would be awsome to get pregnant at the same time.
Just a quick note to say hi!
This weekend was drill weekend so we were not at home and I've had very little sleep over the weekend. I took temp this morning it was 97.0 then I took it a min later it was 97.01 then I took it again it was 97.41. I don't know if it is because it stays so cold in my room and my thermometer is too cold the first time I temp. It does it often. I haven't been able to keep up with my temps to good cause I wake up at different hours.
I have an app called p tracker... I really like it. It was a day off on my ovulation though. I ovulated a day early then they predicted. I ovulated cd14 last month. My temp is staying at 97.3 right now.
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