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What signs do I need to check?
To get an accurate and useful chart, you need to at least observe your cervical fluid, your waking temperature, the time you took your temperature and your intercourse data as well as when you have menstrual bleeding. Your cervical fluid and your basal body temperature are considered your primary fertility signs. These are the signs that are really needed to get a reliable interpretation. Secondary signs, such as cervix position and texture, results from kits and devices and your own observations can help offer added insight into the interpretation.
For complete details on how to check your signs and chart them, please refer to The Fertility Friend Handbook.