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#1 of 2 Old 03-16-2013, 08:33 AM - Thread Starter
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This is my first month using the Fertile Focus.  The first morning I got it (CD 9) I used it and was shocked to see a lot of ferning, but would still call it partial.  Normal "O" day is CD 17.  I watched as the ferns increased until I finally had the "explosion of snowflakes" on Monday.  I also had a temp rise.  However, the only way I get cross hairs is by discarding CD15.  The partial ferning on my chart CD15-17 is extremely partial - as in two ferns.  OPKs have gotten increasingly lighter, but I have had a lot of EWCM the past few days.  I have no idea what is going on this cycle.  Would love some opinions - have I ovulated?  Gearing up to ovulate?  So confused.  


<a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/15ffb5">My Ovulation Chart</a>

We are a family of Jesus loving urban-nesters living the granola life in a not-so-crunchy city.  Our kids (DS 8, DS 7, DD 4) are home birthed and educated, and we just found out that a new Little will be added to our roost mid-April '14!

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ANyone have any help for this mama?? Bumping in case someone out there does. Best!

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