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    Default Comparing my OPKs

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    monday (today)
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    this is the closest to positive I have ever got. So here's hoping tomorrow will be even darker. I am CD13. I have a 26-27day cycle.

    what do you think?

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    Not positive yet. Do you test in the afternoon?

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    I test around 1.30 - 2.00 in the afternoon

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    I've never had a fully positive opk. I tested multiple times a day too.

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    This is today's OPK so it looks like yesterday's was as positive as I'm going to get.
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