MW, a clarification question. With Nicole's chart, I would have probably called myself safe on CDs 30-32, counting the sticky CF as dry-up from the watery earlier. Is that wrong? Can you only count sticky as dry-up when you've had a thermal shift? However, when she started marking creamy on CD 33, she was definitely potentially fertile again...
Nicole, I think it's likely that it was the BD on 35 or 38 that caused this pregnancy. And another
for you. I would really encourage you in the future (and everyone, actually) to record your temps only to a tenth of a degree to make it easier to make a coverline, temp all through your LP (you did, but I know a lot of people stop and I'm really starting to think it's important to continue for longer than the 3 days Tcoyf recommends) and don't consider yourself safe until ALL your fertility signs, including temp, agree according to the strictist interpretation of the rules. I really kind of feel bad harping on you for not following the rules
being as you are pregnant and all. Sorry. But if you plan to use this method again, I think you should read and study a bit more. Have you read TCOYF or TaoNFP? I would recommend TCOYF as I think it's easier to get through (TaoNFP, while chock-full of awesome info, is a little dense). Best wishes for a H&H 9 months!
AFM, I am finally maybe getting a hint of CF so I may start thinking about O'ing soon! My chart.