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Old 11-11-08, 02:06 PM
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Hi!

My name is Laura... and I am trying to get pregnant. We have been trying since 10/2007. I have been using the Clear Blue Easy fertility monitor since March of 2008. I am curious to find out what it means when it says high fertility for close to 9d (today)... last month it did the same and didn't get peak fertility.

I am going to schedule an appt with an OBGYN to figure things out.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
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Old 11-13-08, 04:13 AM
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Hmm I'm not sure. I never used a monitor. I did chart though. Do you have regular cycles?
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No, I don't have regular cycles. Lately it has been close to every 35-40 days. I am at day 27 and still at high fertility. Weird.
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I didn't use the Clearblue one, but I did use a monitor. But then my cycles were fairly regular, around 30 days.

Did you schedule an appointment? How'd it go?
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if it detects ovulation it will go to peak for 2 days and then back to high for a day .. It seems you did not ovulate if you are at 27 with a high still.

Make that appt. with your Dr. and good luck!
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