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Old 02-14-2013  
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To all the TTC moms in here. Have you heard about the Symptothermal Cycle Observation? It's monitoring your temperature and another fertility symptom. Also in this way, you're able to identify your ovulation time accurately. It requires time really, doing it with a pen and paper. I'm not sure though if this works for our irregular friends in here. But this worked fantastically with my colleague. I hope it does to you ladies.
Oh, so technical at first but I think using it alongside other ways of monitoring our ovulation will increase the chances of our baking the bun!
 
Old 02-23-2013  
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You know it's like finding the best one for your lifestyle. For instance, Acupuncture is a little scary for me whereas charting is less complicated so I opt for it as one of the methods I use. The Symptothermal way could be easy, but I'm not sure though if I could religiously track my temperature.
 
Old 03-10-2013  
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You know it's like finding the best one for your lifestyle. For instance, Acupuncture is a little scary for me whereas charting is less complicated so I opt for it as one of the methods I use. The Symptothermal way could be easy, but I'm not sure though if I could religiously track my temperature.
I agree with you Abana. It's like finding the method best suited to each of our lifestyle as it does vary per person.
 
Old 04-03-2013  
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The Symptothermal way could be easy, but I'm not sure though if I could religiously track my temperature.
I agree. It seems a little challenging because bodily temperature is often influenced by the environment so this may not really accurate at all.
 
Old 06-06-2013  
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Then the best thing to do then is doing more methods than one to up the odds of getting pregnant. Oh, better said than done with our busy schedules as working mums and wifeys!
 
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Oh, so technical at first but I think using it alongside other ways of monitoring our ovulation will increase the chances of our baking the bun!
Have you tried the symptothermal way Fanny? How was it?
 
Old 09-18-2013  
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You know it's like finding the best one for your lifestyle. For instance, Acupuncture is a little scary for me whereas charting is less complicated so I opt for it as one of the methods I use. The Symptothermal way could be easy, but I'm not sure though if I could religiously track my temperature.
Uh-huh, it's a bit tricky for me too. Using my temperature as a basis for ovulation may not always be accurate. But you've got a good point. Nothing is really accurate. There's always a small percentage of chance that it may not seem to be.
 
Old 11-09-2013  
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Uh-huh, it's a bit tricky for me too. Using my temperature as a basis for ovulation may not always be accurate. But you've got a good point. Nothing is really accurate. There's always a small percentage of chance that it may not seem to be.
Oh, is that so? That's the difficult part of it then. The first time I've learned about it, it's a no-no for me too.
 
Old 11-29-2013  
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Yeah, I guess doing the deed for almost everyday won't help me in my PCOS. But I'm moving on and will stay positive! Increase the frequency!!! Haha!
So true Cadelaria! Increase it then. Go girl!
 
Old 12-07-2013  
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Really? Never heard of that, but will definitely try!
Who knows? I might be shouting "POSITIVE" with a lot of positivity next month!
Oh, it's easier said than done I should say. But I do hope that our TTC friends will be helped by this. No harm in trying!
 
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