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Cast Your Vote:

    • BBT -- Votes: 6
    • OPK -- Votes: 8
Amelia [a Mom] 1 child; 4 angel babies; Tallahassee, Florida 18452 posts
Sep 28th '13

Unless you've been charting your BBT for more than a few cycles and you ovulate on the same day of each cycle, you really need to use both BBT and OPKs. OPKs will give you the heads up so you can have sex in time to catch the egg and only BBT will confirm when you've ovulated.

Courtney Due August 2; 1 child; 2 angel babies; Brisbane, QL, Australia 64 posts
Sep 28th '13

This is my chart



http://i1225.photobucket.com/albums/ee390/Courtneylodder92/image-4.jpg
(can someone please post)



I use OPK's and Charting, I ovulated CD 10. Only on Cycle 1 so we will see how we go!! Good luck!!

Sthrnprincess 5 kids; Upstate, SC, United States 9171 posts
Sep 28th '13

Both together works best. I like the fact the opks give me a heads up that I am about to ovulate and my BBT shows when I did ovulate. Makes TTC less of a guessing game or "hit and miss"

Courtney Due August 2; 1 child; 2 angel babies; Brisbane, QL, Australia 64 posts
Sep 29th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Sthrnprincess:</b>" Both together works best. I like the fact the opks give me a heads up that I am about to ovulate and my BBT shows when I did ovulate. Makes TTC less of a guessing game or "hit and miss""</blockquote>




Agreed.