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    Default Opk question.

    Hi ladies
    I've only just started using the opks. The first night was just the control line. The second I got a faint test line. Last night was a bit darker but not as dark as the control line. Tonight it seems to be lighter than last night. Does that mean I o'd last night even though the line never got as dark as the control line?
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    You really should test twice a day as often surges can be as short as 6 hours. You may simply have missed it only testing once a day.

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    I test twice a day just after lunch and at night to ensure I don't miss my surge.

    What CD are you? Is it close to the time you would normally O?

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    Oh ok I hope we dtd enough I'm CD12 today. I don't know when I o as I haven't really tracked it before

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