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Hi there,
I'm on my third month charting and am wondering about how CM corresponds with O. Basically, I got a slight temperature rise today that my gut says means I O'd yesterdaybut I'm confused, as both this cycle and my last charted cycle (for a non-viable pregnancy) I got some watery/EWCM, but then they seemed to dry up and turn into thick/creamy a couple of days BEFORE the temperature rise. Is this normal? Has anyone else experienced this?

Today's temp doesn't look to have jumped too much, except that I took it about an hour earlier than usual, and it's the highest yet this cycle. Here's my chart:
http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/29bcc8

Thanks for looking!

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