Obviously, with every woman's situation being different, charting may indeed lack use for many (wildly irregular cycles, ovulation problems, on BC, infants needing attention throughout night/day, already pregnant, etc). However, I have noticed a handful of woman saying oh they tried it one or two months and it just didn't do a thing for them.
Healthy people without reproductive issues can naturally take months to conceive and all charting consists of is data entry. Of course you could fill in every blank with charting software, but you only need to take consistent temperatures and check your cervical fluid once a day.
So why do some people equate a month or two with actually "trying" to use charting?
Again, I understand it's not for everyone, but the excuse "didn't work" seems to be a cop-out for "I was too lazy".
Asked by Anonymous at 11:36 AM on Dec. 30, 2008 in Trying to Conceive
Answer by MamaCatCat at 2:41 PM on Dec. 30, 2008
Answer by misterri at 4:53 PM on Jan. 1, 2009
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