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    Default Positive OPK for three days

    So I've now had three positive OPKs in three days. I'm worried something is wrong. They are definite positives. So sick of dtd every day is this normal? First time using OPKs

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    I just DTD for a couple of days after my first positive. I also noticed my positive went for 3 days and after that I just stopped testing. Must have got something right, DS is now 6 months old. No need to keep testing. Now for the TWW. Fingers crossed and good luck!

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    Yep completely normal. That happened to me heaps, in fact the month I fell with this bean I had almost a week of it on and off

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    I asked this same question about a month or two ago. Are u taking your body temp as well? the opks are good for telling you when you might be going to ovulate but only a change in body temp will tell u if u have ovulated. I do both now and use the Fertility Friend app to track everything. I found this research paper: http://www.fertilitycare.fr/uploads/...reito-2013.pdf

    there are lots of different patterns of LH surges apparently and then lots of different times for ovulation to occur relative to the surge (eg ovulating at the start, middle or end of surge).

    I think if you've dtd everyday you should be right. GL.

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    That happened to me too. Longer even! On the month i fell with my daughter

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    So what was the verdict haha? I had pos ovulation for 6 days so keen to hear if you fell pregnant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachelelizabeth View Post
    So what was the verdict haha? I had pos ovulation for 6 days so keen to hear if you fell pregnant!

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    I did fall pregnant! Found out last Friday. Good luck

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    Congratulations!! Thats awesome! I had a bit of brown spotting today with light cramping so im thinking period? Not sure though. . Seems to have stopped this afternoon. Could just be random spotting hopefully BFP soon ish...

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    I had an implantation bleed at 9dpo. It didn't last long and stopped completely after 48 hours. Your spotting could be a good sign!

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    Ooh how many days did you test at?


 

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