QUOTE=Ponytail;7893579]Are you absolutely sure? The test line has to be darker than the control line for an OPK to be considered positive. Sometimes people with PCOS have several positives a month because of hormone imbalances and unusual surging.[/QUOTE]
Yep 100% sure! But I have been using ic opks...spoke to my doctor And apparently it's not totally uncommon...a surge can last up to 36 hours...chances are I've caught as it's gone up...when it's at its highest and as it's coming back down...she said test again today and it'll probably be neg.
Wow at least there's no doubting your fertile time haha!
@MrsTugs I think I'm out. Temp dropped this morning. Now just waiting for AF to turn up.
ETA - definitely CD1. Tried to ring the FS earlier to find out what next. His rooms were unattended before so will try again soon. On to September. At least this will mean I should definitely be safe for our travels in March for a family wedding!
Last edited by M'LadyEm; 15-08-2014 at 13:58.
Well this is interesting my doc just called back and said it's not uncommon for opks to pick up HCG! She said if I get a positive tonight to pos tomorrow morning. Considering I thought I was oving on the 6th (but then rules it out) I guess it's possible! Far out...so confusing!
Last edited by LeonieJane; 15-08-2014 at 11:26.
That's how i suspected I was pregnant because by opk's stayed positive FX this is the case for you too!
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