Oh they are cheap? There was one IC that was always really expensive, i thought those were them. Ill give them a google, ive almost run out of opks Thanks
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09-01-2013 15:32 #681
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09-01-2013 15:35 #682
no worries! yup, i found them really cheap, and great service. I paid for them and they were posted to me that same day. They are the same sensitivity as FRER as well, so u can use them to test early
09-01-2013 15:48 #683
I recently got 40 HPT from OracleFertility Indigo...It was $9.50 delivered
Being the POASaholic i am, i wanted a "base test" to compare too, so i poas at about CD8 after AF had gone, knowing it would be a BFN, and it was a very plain CLEAR white, no hint of a second line, i couldnt even find where i thought the line would show.
Its my first time with them, hopefully they are lucky! But i have tested and been happy with no evap just yet!
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09-01-2013 15:50 #684
Thanks Shadow and Boycrazy, thats cheap! Ill buy some
I wont be using the FRER anymore because of their false positi.... i mean evaps so would like some base tests as well.
09-01-2013 15:58 #685
LOL I just done it so i knew what i was dealing with, if it came up with a shadow line, id know to expect it, if it showed a faint faint line, id know to wait till it was darker, but it couldnt have been more white... So if anything shows, ill be happy
Im just over spending almost $20 on 3 tests... Sometimes 2 times a month as i have no willpower!
09-01-2013 16:07 #686
haha i know what u mean shadow! i hate to think of the $ ive spent on FRER tests!! being 3dpo i already tested this morning "just in case" haha. So glad i have my ICs!!!
09-01-2013 16:20 #687
Joyous January 2013 Testing Thread
I have my oracle (from their website) hpts on the way. I bought and they were posted Monday. I've been using IC OPKs on and off for months (actually, probably 2 years). I'd use them for a few months and get disheartened and confused by not having clear positive results. After a few months I'd start again. This cycle was my first with oracle opk's and had obviously positive opk's.
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09-01-2013 16:27 #688
I also forgot to say, I had used opks before but only First Response OPKs. I never got a positive opk on them. Oracle ones I get a very definite positive opk (like line is very much darker than control line)
09-01-2013 17:32 #689
Re: Joyous January 2013 Testing Thread
I'm amazed, I done first response opks for my first cycle off bc and there was an obvious positive! I was really amazed, as I only got them as a last minute thing (wasn't going to use them but decided ineeded to know if I was ovulating or not) that was all that was available.
I was freaking out because I haven't heard of anyone else ever being a positive opk from first response! Maybe I have super hormones?? Lol
I haven't opkd since, I got serious side effects with o that I can confirm now having used them... Same painful symptoms month... Comming up to o within the next weeks. Already bracing myself
09-01-2013 17:44 #690
Re: Joyous January 2013 Testing Thread
I'm on my way home to use an OPK from Oracle right now. Do I have to worry about not eating & drinking for 3 hrs beforehand? I didn't get a positive last cycle (my first cycle testing with OPKs) 'cos I got sick (confined to bed) & didn't have the energy to PIAC (& definitely no energy for dtd!), so I'm not sure what to expect & how sensitive the tests are etc... I'm not expecting a positive for at least a week (I'm only on cd8 of ~35) but I thought I'd start earlier to get the hang of them (& just in case I ovulate sooner) I have about 50, so that should be plenty lol
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