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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    Hope so, but I have never had it before and I got s neg opk yesterday at 6pm. Does ovulation spotting mean I could have now missed my egg?
    No...but you've had a temp rise right? So you could have. Don't rely 100% on opks though...i never got a 'true' positive the month i got pregnant. I only had o spotting once...two days before I od in the cycle I got pregnant.

    Eta: actually it could have been the day before. though I think theres a good chance I od twice tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    No...but you've had a temp rise right? So you could have. Don't rely 100% on opks though...i never got a 'true' positive the month i got pregnant. I only had o spotting once...two days before I od in the cycle I got pregnant.

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    Thank you! Sounds encouraging. We will see if its just spotting and if my temp continues to rise tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    Thank you! Sounds encouraging. We will see if its just spotting and if my temp continues to rise tomorrow.
    Just had a look at your opks in the other thread...the second last one looks darker? Is that from Thursday? If you had a short surge its possible to not get a positive opk...one month i had a negative opk at 8pm, positive at 11pm and negative again at 8pm the next day...so if I didn't do the extra test I wouldn't have gotten a true positive. So if your temp rises to indicate o has occurred and you havent had a true positive opk, i would just put the darkest down as positive.

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    Thanks heaps for your input ladies. The couple of months I spotted it ranged from days 22-24 which makes me think it was a Luteal phase defect thing (esp considering 27-28 day cycle and probably ovulating late).

    I have been *mostly* taking the temps at the same time. 5:30 during the week when I get up for work. The precious 2 weekends though I took it after having sleep ins.. The massive spikes on the Sundays were due to big sleep ins when hubby got up early to look after DS. From now on I am doing the set-the-alarm thing on the weekends too: this mornings temp was taken at the right time giving me a little more faith in it.

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    Af due tomorrow. Fx af comes or I get my bfp I just want to move on if im not pregnant

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Thanks heaps for your input ladies. The couple of months I spotted it ranged from days 22-24 which makes me think it was a Luteal phase defect thing (esp considering 27-28 day cycle and probably ovulating late).

    I have been *mostly* taking the temps at the same time. 5:30 during the week when I get up for work. The precious 2 weekends though I took it after having sleep ins.. The massive spikes on the Sundays were due to big sleep ins when hubby got up early to look after DS. From now on I am doing the set-the-alarm thing on the weekends too: this mornings temp was taken at the right time giving me a little more faith in it.
    Unfortunately it does sound like an lp defect.

    I did that too on weekends...set my alarm as normal, take my temp then go back to sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiffanyandco View Post
    Af due tomorrow. Fx af comes or I get my bfp I just want to move on if im not pregnant

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    Fx Tiffany! Its about time you got your sticky bfp. Your chart looks good...have you tested or are you planning on testing?

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    I am trying so very hard not to be excited as dh pointed out to me this morning that my temp rise could be because im sick
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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    I am trying so very hard not to be excited as dh pointed out to me this morning that my temp rise could be because im sick
    Its not high enough for a fever though...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    Its not high enough for a fever though...?

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    What temp would be classified as a fever? I've never been sure with that. I don't feel hot and it is just a cold. So a bit of a cough and sinus headache


 

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