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    I am just wondering what everybody experience has been using opk while on clomid? Have they worked?

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    Woohoo, congrats space Jane. That is awesome news. Where u on your 4th cycle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayem View Post
    I am just wondering what everybody experience has been using opk while on clomid? Have they worked?
    I'm interested to this as well as this is my first cycle. I'm on CD10 and while I'm getting faint OPK's I usually do at this stage anyway. It seems though that clomid can delay ovulation, probably bc it matures the eggs right up. I have, however, noticed a def change to CM. I normally get EWCM from about CD8 to 14/18 when I ovulate. Not even close to having it now and quite dry lol

    I'll keep you posted
    Last edited by delirium; 09-05-2013 at 23:03.

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    Im cd10 today and also just getting faint results.

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    I also wondered this... What brand OPK's are you all using? I'm using oracle but I find I always get a light line with them.

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    I used oracle but I find them too sensitive. I was getting dark lines almost the whole month and surges for a week while my fertility2friend showed only a faint line. I now use oracle hpt but F2F OPK's. I still get nice dark lines on them.

    And you will always get a faint line. We have LH in our systems the whole cycle, which is why you'll always get the line. Do you mean it never gets dark?

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    I've only had dark positive lines once in the past 10 months as I've only ovulated by myself once. Clomid hasn't worked for me yet. Hopefully this round does! I might give fertility2family another go.

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    I use oracle ones.. They have worked in the past. Now just hope the second line gets darker in the next few days. What is the best times to do them?

    Anyone who has successfully ovulated with clomid, did you find it altered when you ovulate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayem View Post
    I use oracle ones.. They have worked in the past. Now just hope the second line gets darker in the next few days. What is the best times to do them?

    Anyone who has successfully ovulated with clomid, did you find it altered when you ovulate?
    I used oracle opks they worked well for me. When I was on clomid I had ovidril shots at around cd12 so that of course made me ovulate. I had long cycles previous to that so it was good to have 'normal' cycles for once.

    I use to do my opks at 2pm.

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