How does CycleWatch know which day you actually ovulated?
CycleWatch determines ovulation by analyzing BBT data. You have ovulated on the first day your BBT rises at least two tenths of a degree higher than it had been during the previous six days. There is a longer explanation in the Help.
When will CycleWatch show me when it thinks I will ovulate?
To see predictions of your ovulation dates, make sure CycleForecast is turned on. To do this, go to Edit, Preferences, Calendar, and specify the cycle length you want the forecast to be based on.
I just purchased CycleWatch and I can not get it to open. All it does is install the exe. What did I do wrong?
It sounds like you are running the installer instead of the program. You should see a CycleWatch folder inside the programs folder off of the Start Menu. Select CycleWatch 2.0. This is the application.
What does the blue and red lines on the BBT graph mean?
The blue line indicates your infertile time. The red line indicates your fertile time. If you want a complete explanation of CycleAnalysis, please go to Help, Index, CycleAnalysis.
I charted my cycle last month and CycleWatch was able to determine my "fertile" time. I have not "peaked" at all this month; whereby, same time last month I was in my "fertile" period. Is there something wrong?
There are many factors that might be affecting your cycle, most of which are perfectly normal. To start, be sure that you are taking your basal body temperature immediately when you wake up in the morning, at the same time every day. Your cycles may normally vary from month to month. We recommend charting a few cycles to see your own personal pattern.