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    MrsLA - I've not had much luck getting a clear positive with the IC OPK's but I've heard a lot of other ladies report them to be excellent and definitely cost effective. I see Oracle Fertility on ebay pop up a lot as a great supplier.

    I use the clear blue digital fertility monitor which is sooooo easy, but it's expensive. It tells you every day what your fertility level is (Low, High or Peak), keeps track of what day your cycle is and is very accurate. You POAS usually between CD6 and CD16 depending on your cycle length and use FMU. It reads the LH along with another hormone. The first month I followed what mine said we got our BFP. I even had a few cycles where I didn't O (I could tell because I get very clear O signs AFTER I've O'd, and didn't get them the months that it said I didn't O).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Mrs R View Post
    I agree. Bring on the BFP's!

    After hearing great feedback from the other gunners I ordered a kit from oracle fertility and used the PC test this morning. Super clear super easy to use and really cost effective. I got 15 ov tests and 5 PG tests for $7.95 ordered on tuesday and arrived on Friday :-)

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    Thanks Little Miss, I have some from oracle fertility, the issue is having to pee in a cup to test. Fine at home, but a little hard at work.
    Ill have to do some google investigating I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by princessleah View Post
    All up to date!

    MrsLA - I've not had much luck getting a clear positive with the IC OPK's but I've heard a lot of other ladies report them to be excellent and definitely cost effective. I see Oracle Fertility on ebay pop up a lot as a great supplier.

    I use the clear blue digital fertility monitor which is sooooo easy, but it's expensive. It tells you every day what your fertility level is (Low, High or Peak), keeps track of what day your cycle is and is very accurate. You POAS usually between CD6 and CD16 depending on your cycle length and use FMU. It reads the LH along with another hormone. The first month I followed what mine said we got our BFP. I even had a few cycles where I didn't O (I could tell because I get very clear O signs AFTER I've O'd, and didn't get them the months that it said I didn't O).
    Thanks for this, I will definitely look into it.
    that is the other problem with ic's, You can't use fmu. I find I get clear results when I test but it is hard to do at work. I love with the clear blue you use fmu!
    will google it now

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    Yep, that's why I LOVE it, you have a 4 hour window in the morning which you set yourself! So much easier with work and everything. You can only get them from US or UK as they are not in AUS yet but I don't regret the money I spent on mine at all. Best of luck

    Oh yeh, and I got mine really cheap off ebay brand new with 30 test sticks, it was a great deal and about $100 cheaper than the shops!! so keep your eyes open

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    Quote Originally Posted by princessleah View Post
    Yep, that's why I LOVE it, you have a 4 hour window in the morning which you set yourself! So much easier with work and everything. You can only get them from US or UK as they are not in AUS yet but I don't regret the money I spent on mine at all. Best of luck

    Oh yeh, and I got mine really cheap off ebay brand new with 30 test sticks, it was a great deal and about $100 cheaper than the shops!! so keep your eyes open
    WOW THIS IS FANTASTIC!!!! what an amazing device!
    thank you so much for pointing this out to me, I cant quite part with that much money yet as we are only at cycle #2 of ttc, but if I don't get a bfp in the next few months I will definitely be getting one of these.
    thanks

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    Default Re: Delightful December 2012 testing thread!

    My chemist has them.... 7 for $65!
    Here I was thinking for that amount it was a lifetime thing......

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    Default Re: Delightful December 2012 testing thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    My chemist has them.... 7 for $65!
    Here I was thinking for that amount it was a lifetime thing......
    I think you might be referring to something different, what I'm talking about IS a lifetime thing, you just have to buy disposable sticks, and as far as I know it's not available in Aus. Maybe you mean the clear blue digital opk's instead of the monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsLA View Post
    WOW THIS IS FANTASTIC!!!! what an amazing device!
    thank you so much for pointing this out to me, I cant quite part with that much money yet as we are only at cycle #2 of ttc, but if I don't get a bfp in the next few months I will definitely be getting one of these.
    thanks
    Yeh, I bought it after our 4th 'official' ttc cycle and our 11th unofficial cycle, so I can understand you would wait a bit

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    Default Re: Delightful December 2012 testing thread!

    Quote Originally Posted by princessleah View Post
    I think you might be referring to something different, what I'm talking about IS a lifetime thing, you just have to buy disposable sticks, and as far as I know it's not available in Aus. Maybe you mean the clear blue digital opk's instead of the monitor.

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    Ahhhh that might be it! Sorry

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    CD5 - Gosh time is going sooooo slowly this month. This month is the least relaxed I've been about it since we started! I think it's because it's the first month I've told myself not to think about it!! I think I might start up my TTC diary again soon.

    I hope everyone had a good weekend!


 

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