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    Default Anyone used clearblue digital OPK?

    Hi all
    Does anyone have any experience with these OPK's? I have been using the dual hormone one, had 4 flashing smileys (high fertility) than on Friday morning got my solid smiley (peak fertility). According to that I should have ovulated 12-36 hours after. I just did one of my cheapie OPK's and it's looking positive....so does that mean I haven't O'd? Can tests stay positive even after O has happened....this is driving me crazy, seems like the BD that I times around the 'solid smiley' was now pointless!

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    I'm not really sure how long the positive hangs around but I do know as soon as I got that positive, DP and I got busy and DS is now 20 weeks old. I did notice that the positive hung around for several days afterward but I just stopped testing after 3 or so days as I wasn't sure of the answer myself. Good luck!

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    I use similar dip test for my OPKs and usually I will only have a solid positive like this for 1 day. I have added a photo as a bit of a guide. The top one is the day before and bottom is the day I O'd.

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