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    Default Positive OPK on cd 22?

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    Can this really happen? My cycles vary from 28 to 35.
    We BD last night so when should we BD again?

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    Totally possible when I have a 35/36 day cycle I ovulate on day 21/22. You'll ovulate 24-36 hours after a positive opk and your egg will be ok for 24 hours after its released. So if thats your first positive opk I'd dtd as many times as you can over the next 2-3 days

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    Thank you! It's positive again tonight, how many positives in a row do you usually get before ovulation?

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    I O'd on cd21 or 22 and I'm now 5 weeks pregnant! it's def possible

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    My cycles are always around 32 days long sand I ovulate on day 21-22. I'm now 11 weeks pregnant with bubs #2

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    Fantastic!! I hope I have luck this month otherwise I start clomid.


 

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