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  1. Alicia byers

    Alicia byers Member

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    what do you guys do to calculate your ovulation when you are very irregular?
     
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    Jac2019 Well-Known Member

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    I didn't want to read and not reply. I am regular but if irregular I would still just do even the cheapy opks and test everyday until saw it darker and then use a few each day nearer the days. Good luck xxx
     
  3. Alicia byers

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    CrazyChic Well-Known Member

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    I agree with @Jac2019 you can also track ovulation by tracking your temperature every morning. I have pcos although I'm regular so I use opk to get a warning of my surge then my temp confirms ovulation xx
     
  5. kiyaa

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    I used to have long irregular cycles (45-70) days. I would just start taking cheap OPKs starting around CD10, and temp every day to see the shift. Then I would know to stop with OPKs.
     
  6. Alicia byers

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    What does CD10 mean
     
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    kiyaa Active Member

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    Cycle Day 10 - CD1 is the first day of your cycle when your period starts. I would start keeping track when my period started, then 10 days after I would use OPKs every morning.
     

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