I was wandering around the chemist today and saw these saliva prediction kits (See attached pic). Has anyone had any experience with them? My cycles have decided they want to go off track again so I am wondering if these will be any good to use to try and predict my ovulation.
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19-06-2012 11:15 #1
19-06-2012 11:28 #2
I don't know anything about them but i used some opk's off eBay and they worked really well for me and they are super cheap. Let me know if you are interested and I'll find out the shop I got them from.
19-06-2012 14:35 #3
Thanks Cheetara. I just thought they were interesting and I am curious about them. I may be peeing on a stick every day of the week if my cycles dont pull themselves back into line
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