A red dot in brackets means that a disturbance has been entered for this value in the trackle app. This value is not included in the calculation.
The information (H,1,2,3) is located above the cervical mucus indication. This shows the evaluation of the cervical mucus. As soon as the cervical mucus peak has been determined, the corresponding days are marked with H,1,2 & 3.
You can find mor information about the cervical mucus here.
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The dashed line, also called the ledger line, is used for a better overview. The 6 values before the first higher measurement are considered. The ledger line is at the highest temperature of these 6 values. The third higher measurement (marked with the triangle (see below)) must be 0,2 °C above the ledger line.
The triangles are also called “dragons" in the symptothermal method. These are the first 3 (possibly 4) higher measured values compared to the 6 previous values. The 3 “dragons" or triangles are entered as soon as the high temperature has been determined. The 3 “dragons" must be 0,2 °C above the ledger line (see above).
A dark yellow day marks a calculated ovulation.
A dark green day marks a fertile day.
A registered bleeding is highlighted in red. The lighter the bleeding the smaller is the red marking.
A white/grey day marks an infertile day.