For those who are unfamiliar, the yellow is luteal phase, the red is your period, and the green represents your most fertile days - with the egg icon being your expected day that ovulation will take place.
Usually, I have three green boxes, max. And all in a row. I'm on CD22 and have yet to test positive on the OPKs, and yet again this week (like last), I had EWCM like I've never had before. For the second time more than a week apart, my cervix positioning was high and open. Apparently, I was very sperm ready. But my OPKs said otherwise. My period is expected in a week.
Again, I suppose if I'm going to have ovulation problems, this month is a good one to have them, now that the cycle is a wash. But it concerns me a little bit, especially now that, in retrospect, I think this same thing happened in January when we had to skip a cycle (I thought I'd just missed ovulation, so I gave up testing after CD18).
So what's more accurate? Computer technology or a finger up the vagina?
I don't have an update yet on the clinic situation and whether we'll be able to do April's IUI there or whether we'll have to make other arrangements, but I'll find out on Monday. I plan to call the program director for an update and then my RE to speak with him about this cycle, and also tell him whether I choose Clomid or Femera... which I've yet to decide, though I'm leaning towards the latter. My thinking kind of follows X's, who is on "team if-one-thing-isn't-working-it's-time-to-try-something-else". Thank you too for mentioning that blog - I had a look.
I think I'm going to start temping again, and hope I'm more consistent this time around. It's really the only way to guarantee when you ovulate, if you do it correctly. I feel like I need to get back in touch with my cycle. That said, I'm blessed with modern technology that can tell me a lot more than I can tell on my own.
Just wanting this cycle to be over already, so we can get going again...