I recently started BBT charting this past cycle and it seems like a foreign language to me can anyone look at my tracker and explain to me if i ovulated or haven't? I am due to start my period in +/- 9 days. Originally I started with a fertile scope and was detecting full on ferning 3 days before my period so I am clueless about the BBT charting....HELP!!!
I'm just so worried I would spend a fortune on them not knowing exactly when I ovulate I mean at the moment my boyfriend and I have put ttc on hold because I just want to figure out my cycle a little more to eliminate the stress of trying plus I am in school and would like to work around things to where I could have the baby during an off period like summer since I actually have more than 2weeks in between my next semester.
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