Getting there?

Discussion in 'OPK Testing Gallery' started by Salley, Sep 28, 2016.

  1. Salley

    Salley Well-Known Member

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    So I think I have a bad batch of ic opk's all have been negative, had ewcm today still had a negative ic opk. I had this one dollar store opk and I got this.. I know the line isn't as dark as the control so technically is not positive but I've read from a few ladies that when there is a line you should start dtd. Opinions?

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  2. Bellarina

    Bellarina Well-Known Member

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    From what iv heard you don't necessarily have to be as dark as the control line to ov (apparently) so I would dtd just incase this is your surge...what CD r u
     
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  3. Salley

    Salley Well-Known Member

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    I was CD27. But my temperature indicates I ovulated around CD18. I'm not sure since the ic opk's were duds.. Going to buy more from dollar store and continue testing.
     
  4. MrsS15

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    I never got a positive ovulation test this month at all but had my day 21 bloods done which showed I did ovulate!! And last month I had a strong poaitive opk but my bloods showed I didn't ovulate so I'm officially giving up on them and just going to dtd regularly from now on! Xx
     
  5. Salley

    Salley Well-Known Member

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    It's all such a pain isn't it MrsS? I'm pretty sure we missed it this month, even though we dtd often enough. We're considering fertility drugs to help us at this point (2 years NTNP, 5 cycles monitoring everything under the sun).
     

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