Everyone is different. My FS said to bd until at least 4 days after suspected o.
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Ive done some reading and found this on Babymed
"Q: Does that mean that the first day of negative OPKs after a positive OPK is the actual day of ovulation?
A: Ovulation does not necessarily happen after the OPK turns negative. It could happen, but that's not the rule. What matter solely is when it OPK FIRST turns positive not when it eventually becomes negative. Ovulation happens within12-36 hours after the OPK FIRST becomes positive. What happens afterwards is not important. It could be positive for a day only or for 3-4 days. The length of it being positive doesn't predict when ovulation happens
Hope this helps us ladies
Damn, these opk's are confusing.
How much is it affected if you don't test at the same time every day? Sorry, maybe a stupid question, but it's my first month using them
I see there's been an article posted saying opposite to what I just posted. I can guarantee that every single month I have O'ed after it's turned neg, not after first pos. guess everyone's different.
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