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Charting -2nd cycle after early m/c very erratic
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Posted 25 February 2013 - 02:25 PM
I'm relatively new to charting. This is only my second cycle charting after an early m/c in Dec, and I am so confused!
The temperatures are all over the place, so I am wondering if I'm maybe ovulating REALLY late this month or if this is an anovulatory cycle?
My first cycle was 36 days, but had a much clearer pattern (see at very bottom of post..). We didn't TCC that first cycle but would like to now.
I am guessing that my body probably just needs a bit of time to sort itself out and is not ready yet? I did mention it to my GP last week, he said to just keep charting and see what happens over the next month or so.
Anybody else had such erratic temperatures?
Posted 25 February 2013 - 08:31 PM
it took me 5 months to get pregnant again, and even my 5th month of charting was a little all over the place. To be honest i was pretty surprised when i saw BFP, as i wasn't expecting it.
i would suggest giving your body more time to go back to normal.
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