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    Default Conflicting opk results

    Has anyone had the problem where you have had 2 different branded opks and they are different results?

    I have oracle fertility and fertility2family opks on the oracle it's negative for ovulation but f2f it's positive? What do I believe here?

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    I never got a decent positive on the oracle fertility ones..I figured it was just me so I stopped using them. Id go with the fertility2family

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    Never tried Oracle but I use fertility2family and they are right on. I always get the twinges and EWCM the day of, or after the positive result.

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    Some measure a lower/higher trace of hormone, much like pregnancy tests, so different brands can have differing results.
    I'd go as if it's positive anyway, can't hurt and good luck!

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    It's so annoying and confusing! I can't Judge ovulation by much else as I don't get a lot of EWCM or feel ovulation pains

    Look today's opks same wee different test! Although I have been getting the darkish line on the green on since like Sunday maybe, so maybe it's just a dodgy batch? Ahhh so Confusing!
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    So the line is as dark and thick as the control since Sunday?? that's weird. Normally my surge only lasts a max of 24 hours usually 12.Is this the first month of using OPK's?

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    I'd say the green test is just ultra sensitive so it registers a 'positive' sooner. I'd probably still DTD but go by the pink test (but still do both tests until you get a positive on the pink)


 

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