I am so confused!
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|Sun, 10-25-2009 - 2:04pm|
Just when you think you understand what your body is doing it goes and messes things up! I have no idea what is really going on this month. Some of the signs line up, and then others don't. My typical pattern is bouncing around a bit but all below the cover line, then a slight dip, then just below or at the cover line, then up above for the rest of the cycle. I usually only have EWCM for a couple of days right around that time. Then a few days later my breasts get really tender. Mind you, the tender breasts thing is new since my m/c in January, I only ever got that when I was pregnant before then. Sorry, I only chart on paper, so I can't really post it for you.
Now this month. I have had EWCM for four days in a row, with it getting sticky once in the middle but then back to EWCM. Odd. My temp dipped just before that, then started to go up, but then dipped again on CD14, just below cover on CD15, and now this morning, CD16 it jumped above cover. So far that is not too confusing, a little off the pattern, but not too bad.
What has me completely baffled are how tender my breasts are. They don't usually get tender until a couple of days AFTER my temp is above cover, but this time they got quite tender starting on CD12, four days BEFORE my temp went up. (My first temp dip was on CD11) Now I am wondering if my temp will stay up or if it will come back down again. I have two sick kids now, and my own throat is just a little scritchy, both yesterday and today, so I am likely getting it too. (My little girl LOVES to share! Lol!)
Any ideas? I just can't figure out why I have been so tender. I know it is possible to ovulate more than once in a month, there was a study that came out about that a couple of years ago. But I could not find any info on what a temp pattern might look like in relation to a multiple ovulation cycle. I am also not sure if it can happen with only one ovary, as in my case.
Love to hear your thoughts on this, it all seems so odd to me.
Loving Mom to three