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    I normally get them after O'd and the stop when AF arrives however they are still sore and I've had AF for 2 days.

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    Hi ladies,
    This maybe a stupid question, but im guna ask it anyway...Just wondering if anyone knows if it is possible to ovulate twice in one cycle??

    I was sure I o'd on CD13, I'm now on CD19 and have had the same sharp pain feeling like I've o'd again.
    This cycle was my 3rd round of Clomid and am on 50mg.
    Hope someone can help
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    I am no expert, but some women can o twice in 1 cycle. Especially when you are taking fertility drugs. It increases your chances of twins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumma Nurse View Post
    Quick Q: does anyone get sore (.)(.) before O'ing? i have sore (.)(.) atm
    Lucky you - these days mine are more like:

    I I I I
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumma Nurse View Post
    Quick Q: does anyone get sore (.)(.) before O'ing? i have sore (.)(.) atm
    I do

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    Glad im not the only one who does as it was weird. I dont remember any of these things from when i came off the pill last time.

    LOL Peanut

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    Hey guys!

    Just wondering , after you Have a positive on the OPKs what happens after??? Do they go back to feint straight after? And that's how you knew you ovulated as well?

    Here's my latest OPK been this colour for a while??? But was meant to have o'd about 3-4 days ago I didn't think my LH would still be this high now???




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    Quote Originally Posted by angelsfromheaven View Post
    Hey guys!

    Just wondering , after you Have a positive on the OPKs what happens after??? Do they go back to feint straight after? And that's how you knew you ovulated as well?

    Here's my latest OPK been this colour for a while??? But was meant to have o'd about 3-4 days ago I didn't think my LH would still be this high now???




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    Last month I had 3 days of positive OPK's. I only knew which day I actually O'd because of my temp dip. I think the line went light on the 4th day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjayneb View Post
    Last month I had 3 days of positive OPK's. I only knew which day I actually O'd because of my temp dip. I think the line went light on the 4th day.
    Mine havn't gone lighter but HPTs are showing neg? If my "usual" cycles are around 35 days in length and I'm on CD28 now wouldn't that mean I would be in the leutal phase?


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    Did the test line get darker than the control line? In this pic it looks a tad lighter which would be considered neg. once it is as dark as or darker than the control line then you can expect to O with 12- 36 or 48 hr I think. I'm not familiar With the brand you have used though.


 

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