I am pretty sure I did ovulate on cd15 though. I had all my signs plus a +OPK and I have always ovulated on the day of my + (unlike most people!) CD16 I had zero signs. I also have tend to have slow rises over the first few days post O.
I've overlayed last cycle with this. They're very similar!
I am just wondering out aloud, in the context of your IUI Clinic program, what approach they will do if you have the single +ve OPK. Most tend to do the IUI the day after your first +ve OPK, which is different to the approach with "fresh" sperm, which is to start on the day of your first +ve OPK. I imagine it is because defrosted frozen sperm has a shorter half-life than fresh, and they have achieved better results this way.
I am very interested in what your Fertility/IUI Specialist says. In any case, I anticipate a few days variation in IUI timing wont make much difference in your case, given you have age very much on your side.
It is all very interesting when (one try's to) take the emotion out of it.
How common r eptopics? It sounds quite painful
Last edited by ChannyV; 09-09-2012 at 15:45.
They don't trust OPKs. I do have a very short surge though- never gotten more than one positive OPK even by doing twice a day! This cycle I had - on CD14 at 12 and 7pm, + on CD15 at 11am and negative at 6pm!
On CD16 my cervix was closed though and had moved down a bit and my CM was not fertile and I think FF takes all those factors into account too?
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