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    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    So the line is getting darker. Cd14, this will be the earliest ovulation (just any ovulation in fact, happy to ovulate at all).

    Should I buy one of those digital ones?? Lol

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    No, the digitals take 1-2 days to calibrate to your cycle so you will get a negative even if you're at high. Better to stick with the ICs this cycle. I'd say you'll get a darker one tomorrow, may as well BD as much as possible from here on!

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    I had af cramps last night/today and spotting this morning, 11dpo. I'm not going to join august, need another break again I think.


    Congrats to all the bfp x

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodiesmummy2011 View Post
    I had af cramps last night/today and spotting this morning, 11dpo. I'm not going to join august, need another break again I think.


    Congrats to all the bfp x
    Hugs! Could it be implantation? Luteal phases don't often randomly go shorter? Xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhee1980 View Post
    Hugs! Could it be implantation? Luteal phases don't often randomly go shorter? Xx
    Thanks hun, mines always been short since having my son

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    Just tested and now I'm confused. At first I thought bfn but a second look a minute later (still within the time window) and I think a can see the faintest shadow of a line. I'm not sure if it's wishful thinking though. Gah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhee1980 View Post
    No, the digitals take 1-2 days to calibrate to your cycle so you will get a negative even if you're at high. Better to stick with the ICs this cycle. I'd say you'll get a darker one tomorrow, may as well BD as much as possible from here on!
    Oh really? I didn't know that, I thought it would be the same as a manual test but just show the reading in digital so not to cause confusion or error..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    Oh really? I didn't know that, I thought it would be the same as a manual test but just show the reading in digital so not to cause confusion or error..
    Oh sorry I was talking about the advanced digitals that show high and peak days. A regular digital would show it straight away I think (but not sure as I haven't used one). Hopefully one of the other ladies will confirm

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhee1980 View Post
    Oh sorry I was talking about the advanced digitals that show high and peak days. A regular digital would show it straight away I think (but not sure as I haven't used one). Hopefully one of the other ladies will confirm
    Thanks Hun. I've not used a digital before so I don't know a lot about them

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    So the line is getting darker. Cd14, this will be the earliest ovulation (just any ovulation in fact, happy to ovulate at all).

    Should I buy one of those digital ones?? Lol

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    Tamz I credit the digital ones with my bfp last month. I O'd 3-5days earlier than expected almost missed my fertile period.

    If you can get some today use them if not hold out till next month as they take 1-2 days to calibrate. I went from empty circle to peak fertility in 1 day because I started testing late.

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    I might try the digi next month myself

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