When is the best time to start charting my fertility? It’s a good idea to start your first fertility chart at the beginning of your period – that is, Day 1 of your cycle. This will ensure that you get a FULL menstrual cycle charted and this can make it easier to interpret your chart. Having said that, you CAN begin charting your fertility on ANY day of your menstrual cycle. All…Read More
When should I start a new fertility chart?
When do I start a new fertility chart? Paper fertility charts: When your next period starts, take a new paper fertility chart and start again from Day 1. You can ‘finish off’ the previous chart by drawing a vertical line down the right hand side of the last day of your cycle. Online charting system: When your next period starts, just record this bleeding as you would normally. The system will…Read More
Paper fertility chart – what if my cycle is too long?
I’m using paper fertility charts but my cycle is longer than 35 days. What should I do? All you need to do in this situation is just glue or sellotape two charts together – then change the cycle days on the second chart to say ’36, 37, 38′ etc