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    Sorry to hear, J,K&L'sMum

    I agree with Nomie, Oracle OPKs are good and cheap.

    I used about 20 this cycle as well and it was totally worth it — if I had only been testing once a day I wouldn't have known what was happening, I would have gotten a faint line one day and a faint line the next day and thought maybe O was still coming. Testing a few times a day let me see my surge actually start in between. I don't feel like I'll need to do that every cycle but it's easy if they are $13 for 40!

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    Hi Nomie. The digi's a somewhat pricey but I just wanted to be sure. For 7 I paid $52 online with Chemist Warehouse. The forelife brand are much cheaper and once I understood the instructions they were quiet easy to use. Still $24 from Coles for 7 though! Gees this BM stuff is expensive! If I don't get my pos this month I'll be researching into cheaper alternatives

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    Are digi OPKs pricey? I find Oracle Fertility OPKs accurate and easy to read.



    Sorry to hear that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomie View Post
    Are digi OPKs pricey? I find Oracle Fertility OPKs accurate and easy to read.

    Sorry to hear that.

    I have a clearblue fertility monitor and was just over $130 and buy my month of sticks at around $35 for 20. You can only test once a day but it stores everything in memory and tells you when you are high in a high period before your peak period.

    Quote Originally Posted by cmwtc2012 View Post
    Hi Nomie. The digi's a somewhat pricey but I just wanted to be sure. For 7 I paid $52 online with Chemist Warehouse. The forelife brand are much cheaper and once I understood the instructions they were quiet easy to use. Still $24 from Coles for 7 though! Gees this BM stuff is expensive! If I don't get my pos this month I'll be researching into cheaper alternatives
    Ebay is really good, thats where I buy mine from, not an australian supplier though, normally the UK suppliers, cheaper and usually get them in under 2 weeks of paying Will be able to get the 20 set for less then $40

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    My cheaper alternative is to not bother with OPKs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    I just got my BFP

    Oh wow thats fantastic, congratulations red

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Yeah!!! When will your EDD be?
    10th Feb



    Thanks ladies! I still can't believe it.
    Sorry to hear AF has arrived for some of you and for those still due to test

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomie View Post
    Are digi OPKs pricey? I find Oracle Fertility OPKs accurate and easy to read.



    Sorry to hear that.
    The clearblue digi's are great, I buy them on ebay from a UK seller (ozaroo I think) for 20 sticks for $45 inc postage, which I think is pretty good considering they cost $60-70 for 7 sticks here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bebedayz View Post
    The clearblue digi's are great, I buy them on ebay from a UK seller (ozaroo I think) for 20 sticks for $45 inc postage, which I think is pretty good considering they cost $60-70 for 7 sticks here!!
    Thats who i've used, too tired to find actual price though lol. Had the digital first then decided to get the monitor for a change . The smiley face is cool and now I see they have improved that model as well. IS funny to see the egg on the monitor when it is saying definitely in high peak fertility time.

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    Mine are fertility2family and I'm not geting a result..still no pos O and now cycle day 18..first month TTC so bit freaked out theres something wrong with me and I'll never ovulate

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    I'm using first response and still no pos opk


 

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