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    Started TTC last month and had an early miscarriage/chem pregnancy. I'm now currently on CD17 and have no idea when I'm due to ovulate as cycles have been a bit all over the place recently plus issue with miscarriage. Yesterday and today have had a light second line on OPK in the mornings, nothing on the evening tests. I thought they were meant to show up more in the evening? Does this mean ovulation is imminent or can this go on for awhile? Does the second line always go as dark as the control line when you ovulate? TIA
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    Test at 2pm, it's the best time to catch the surge.
    For me I found the line gradually got darker as I approached ovulation.


 

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