For exactly this reason: if the infertile time after a determined ovulation lasts more than 17 days, trackle, to be on the safe side, assumes that you did not enter the beginning of a new cycle and sets your status back to “fertile”. The likelihood that you are fertile again by this time is clearly higher than the likelihood that the second half of the cycle lasts so much longer than usual. So this is a safety mechanism to help prevent pregnancy.
Why does my status automatically change from “infertile” to “fertile” after a certain amount of time, even if I didn’t enter anything? Print
Modified on: Tue, 7 Feb, 2023 at 4:40 PM
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