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    Quote Originally Posted by Babymakers88 View Post
    Thanks Lexim but I still have leftovers from last cycle!! My problem with opks is I don't finish work until 5-6 is that too late? My doc recommends to bd from cd9 all the way through til about cd17!

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    Excellent will give it a shot! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babymakers88 View Post
    Thanks Lexim but I still have leftovers from last cycle!! My problem with opks is I don't finish work until 5-6 is that too late? My doc recommends to bd from cd9 all the way through til about cd17!

    I have feeling this is our month
    Fingers crossed you're right and it is your month

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    I have a question, is it normal to have one ovary longer than the other? It came up on my ultrasound. I'm assuming it might be otherwise maybe the technician would tell me but just wanted to know

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    And I tried googling it but unfortunately it only comes up with large ovaries ( width not length)

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    Hahah I can't remember! I think it was feeding stuff. I'm stoked j never win anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by clucky_duck View Post
    Hahah I can't remember! I think it was feeding stuff. I'm stoked j never win anything

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    That's awesome. Congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craftymamabris View Post
    I have a question, is it normal to have one ovary longer than the other? It came up on my ultrasound. I'm assuming it might be otherwise maybe the technician would tell me but just wanted to know
    No idea sorry crafty!

    Congrats Clucky

    I deleted my previous post as I found the report slip in my file and it was a bit wrong.

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    As I said before no idea if that's good or not but my next scan is on friday. Grabbed some left over opk and hpt tests from a hubber this morning which is great

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    hi ladies!

    i was hoping that someone may be able to shed some light on my current month's cycle. I've been temping and using OPK's. Normally i do get an increase in temp when i ovulate along with sore bbs until menstruation begins. So this is what has happened this month:

    CD13 - OPK no second line, Temp 36.48
    CD14 - OPK mild test line, temp 36.4
    CD15 - OPK stronger test line (after 15 min test line is as strong as control line but instructions say not to interpret results after 8 min), Temp 36.6, BD'd
    CD 16 - OPK - I didn't test, temp 36.9, BD'd
    CD 17 - OPK - mild test line in morning, even lighter test line in afternoon. Temp dropped to 36.6, BD'd, bbs slightly sore
    CD 18 - OPK - I didn't test, temp went up to 36.84, bbs slightly sore
    CD 19 - OPK - test line stronger than CD 17 but still not as strong as control line, temp went down to 36.7, bbs no longer sore

    So as you can see it seems to be all over the place. I'm still getting mild OPK's today (will test again in the afternoon today) but my temp is all over the place. Does this mean i didn't ovulate this month? Any advice would be great thanks!

    p.s congrats clucky!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelati View Post
    hi ladies!

    i was hoping that someone may be able to shed some light on my current month's cycle. I've been temping and using OPK's. Normally i do get an increase in temp when i ovulate along with sore bbs until menstruation begins. So this is what has happened this month:

    CD13 - OPK no second line, Temp 36.48
    CD14 - OPK mild test line, temp 36.4
    CD15 - OPK stronger test line (after 15 min test line is as strong as control line but instructions say not to interpret results after 8 min), Temp 36.6, BD'd
    CD 16 - OPK - I didn't test, temp 36.9, BD'd
    CD 17 - OPK - mild test line in morning, even lighter test line in afternoon. Temp dropped to 36.6, BD'd, bbs slightly sore
    CD 18 - OPK - I didn't test, temp went up to 36.84, bbs slightly sore
    CD 19 - OPK - test line stronger than CD 17 but still not as strong as control line, temp went down to 36.7, bbs no longer sore

    So as you can see it seems to be all over the place. I'm still getting mild OPK's today (will test again in the afternoon today) but my temp is all over the place. Does this mean i didn't ovulate this month? Any advice would be great thanks!

    p.s congrats clucky!!!
    I'd say you would have gotten a true positive OPK in the afternoon on day 15 or on day 16 morning. So I think you would have O around then.
    I'm not to familiar with temping but since you got a slight rise around then, I'd say you were right on the money with BD.
    If you say day 16 was O, how many DPO are you now?



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