Easiest Way to Chart

I think the easiest way to chart for pregnancy is by using an online tool like Fertility Friend or something similar. It does a lot of the work for you if you'll just plug in the dates of your period and the days you do the deed.

I have consciously avoided temping and OPKs for the reason of getting wrapped up and obsessed with them, stressing me out, making pregnancy take longer. (For me. I know some women can go about it rather easily with no extra burden of significance to them)

An issue that comes with that is for the longest time I had 'regular' period... except they were regularly about 6 weeks apart. So, my ovulation date is a little off.

Now that I have been pregnant, I am going to avoid charting since I know it CAN happen and stick to my soy isoflavones, EPO, and Fertilitea when we actively try again.

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About Cassaundra Owens
Birth: February 13
On Moms.com since: Oct 11, 2013
I'm a little strange, pretty green, and learning to live life as a wife, future mother, and entrepreneur. Right now, my husband and I are trying for our first after 3.5 years of infertility and 2 losses. Viva la adventure! Join me too at MortalMommy.com!