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    Congratulations Holly, hopefully your BFP is the first of many here.

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    Thanks ladies. I guess everyone is different.. perhaps they should just say "within 36 hours"!

    I had cramps this afternoon so I am thinking for me it's 24 hours after getting a positive OPK. Then again, who knows what the cramping even means! Sources all seem to conflict on that as well. I wish people would research this more!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenjenOo View Post
    It's anytime up to 36 hours from when you detect a surge.
    My window is usually around 12 hours. I tell you, it's frustrating when you get that damn LH surge at 5am knowing full well you won't be home until 8pm and you haven't BD'd yet....
    Arg that really would suck jenjen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elswyth View Post
    Thanks ladies. I guess everyone is different.. perhaps they should just say "within 36 hours"!

    I had cramps this afternoon so I am thinking for me it's 24 hours after getting a positive OPK. Then again, who knows what the cramping even means! Sources all seem to conflict on that as well. I wish people would research this more!!
    I think I o'd about 24 hours after my positive. I only suspect this because I had a tiny sharp pain on one side about 24 hours later and by the end of the next day my EWCM stopped.

    It's pretty hard to know what is going on in there!

    I woke up petrified that yesterday was a false positive but accidentally peed before realizing to poas! So now waiting for more to build up! A few little pains in my abdomen throughout the night, which I know is normal but scary!

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    This tww is killing me! Had coffee yesterday and today felt a bit off after it, brushed teeth this morning...ended up with head in toilet bowl dry wretching!!
    Poas yesterday and it was bfn but i would of been 7 dpo so not suprising. DF thinks Im pregnant but after 7 months of bfn's Im not hopeful no matter what the symptoms.

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    Fingers crossed for you!!! Test in another week. X

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    Holly! Excellent news for you! Bring on more positives girls!

    CD 23 for me, and finally a positive OPK. Whoever blessed me with long cycles did it for humour - my patience levels are barely existent. I have been testing since CD 10, so it has felt like a lifetime.

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    Testing day will be the 18th June now, Oh man, I hope this cycle is it for us! It was a frightening point passing the 6month TTC mark.

    Have an excellent monday June testers!

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    Nice pos opk already loved. Hope u get a sticky one!! X

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    Surely I can't doubt it now! I started to get worried that the test I took yesterday was an OPK mistakingly put in a pregnancy test package. I know, I know, I'm nuts.

    Was only going to do the Prognosis Clear but figured since I had a cup of wee I might as well check FR as well! The FR line came up instantly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Surely I can't doubt it now! I started to get worried that the test I took yesterday was an OPK mistakingly put in a pregnancy test package. I know, I know, I'm nuts.

    Was only going to do the Prognosis Clear but figured since I had a cup of wee I might as well check FR as well! The FR line came up instantly!
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    What a great positive!! Congrats again!

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