What is going on with this cycle?
1) Low temperatures, and increasingly fertile cervical fluid in the follicular (preovulatory) phase.
2) Unprotected sex during the time of peak fertility, while cervical fluid is very fertile, and before the temperature rises.
3) Higher temperatures confirm that ovulation occurred. However the luteal (postovulatory) phase was only 9 days. Luteal phases that are shorter than 12 days can signify low progesterone levels and may mean that a woman might have a hard time getting or staying pregnant.