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    Hi,



    I started using OPKS CD10 and am currently on CD28. I used an OPK everyday in the afternoon or evening. I never got a positive. I had two consecutive days with a very faint test line, def not a positive.

    I'm wondering if I may have missed my surge - could it have happened between the two faint test line days? Or maybe I didn't ovulate. I know that I don't ovulate every cycle and have irregular periods so not ovulating is very possible.

    Any insights would be appreciated

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    I used OPKS once - the cycle I got pregnant with my DD. I have long irregular cycles (the one I conceived here would have been over 7 weeks), and I actually got two positives in the lead up when I didn't ovulate at all and I didn't get a positive when I actually did ovulate and conceive her. They are definitely not 100% accurate.

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    Some people have short surges so they need to test 3 or 4 times to get a pos opk. Opks don't always work for everyone. Good luck x

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    I try and take my temperature also cause those opks never give me a true positive


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    Last cycle I tested with a light line in the morning, positive in the evening than light again the next morning. You really need to test 2 or more times a day

    Eta I definitely ovulated as I was cycle tracking with blood tests and scans.

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    I need your help. I thought after all this time I was a pro haha

    I had a semi positive opk on Sunday (cd12) I never get true positives. And then totally negative yesterday. Temp still hasn't gone up but dipped today.

    According to Fertility Plus...." Most people will ovulate 12-48 hours after the LH surge is detected, most common is 36 hours after the actual surge. One should get a bit more notice, 24-48 hours, by testing in the afternoon.

    So I am hoping I am ovulating today?ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1396298219.813923.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by nattie84 View Post
    I need your help. I thought after all this time I was a pro haha

    I had a semi positive opk on Sunday (cd12) I never get true positives. And then totally negative yesterday. Temp still hasn't gone up but dipped today.

    According to Fertility Plus...." Most people will ovulate 12-48 hours after the LH surge is detected, most common is 36 hours after the actual surge. One should get a bit more notice, 24-48 hours, by testing in the afternoon.

    So I am hoping I am ovulating today?Attachment 52324
    Or do I even trust my temps as they have been a tad erratic on clomid..

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