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Hi all,<br><br>
I had a molar pregnancy and so am not supposed to conceive until this summer--technically it's medically safe now but my doctor wants to be cautious.<br><br>
Anyway, DH and I had unprotected sex what I THOUGHT was three days post 0. Temps had risen, CM had changed from eggwhite to sticky.<br><br>
Today I put in my temp, and lo and behold, FF moved O date forward by two days, which, if accurate, means we DTD one day post O.<br><br>
I would be absolutely thrilled if I were pregnant from this, but from what I understand, it's not likely at all. I'm also inclined to think O was a bit earlier than FF says--maybe day 18. Can you wonderful experts weigh in, either on chances of pregnancy or O date? Thanks!<br><br><a href="http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/29bcc8" target="_blank">http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/29bcc8</a>
 

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according to your CM on that chart I would agree with FF... but that is based on not knowing why those three days have open circles?
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">according to your CM on that chart I would agree with FF... but that is based on not knowing why those three days have open circles?</div>
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Thanks, Mae--I knew you'd weigh in! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"><br><br>
The open circles are because I temped a couple hours earlier than usual. But I don't generally see much temperature variation even if I temp earlier.
 

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I agree with Mae, but I can also see that is is a possibility that the temp on CD 16 was wonky (you have a similar odd spike on CD 15 in your previous cycle) and that you really ovulated on CD 17.<br><br>
Your previous cycle has that little temp rise, 2 days of same temp right around 97.7, and then it goes up a little higher. This cycle it looks like you could have the same thing, a rise to 97.6 for a couple of days followed by a higher rise after. But more likely, imo, that it was CD 19 as FF says.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">I agree with Mae, but I can also see that is is a possibility that the temp on CD 16 was wonky (you have a similar odd spike on CD 15 in your previous cycle) and that you really ovulated on CD 17.<br><br>
Your previous cycle has that little temp rise, 2 days of same temp right around 97.7, and then it goes up a little higher. This cycle it looks like you could have the same thing, a rise to 97.6 for a couple of days followed by a higher rise after. But more likely, imo, that it was CD 19 as FF says.</div>
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Thanks! Yeah, that temp spike was just a fluke, I think--I went to bed with a lot of covers and woke up really hot. I have to admit I'm really hoping I o'd later and have some chance of pregnancy, but I know it would be a really long shot.
 
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