Has anyone tried this product??

Discussion in 'Trying to Conceive' started by Dippy, Sep 4, 2005.

  1. Dippy

    Dippy Well-Known Member

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    I decided this month to be a bit more pro-active in ttc so bought the Clearblue digital ovulation testing kit from Boots. I have been testing since last Thursday (which is right according to the instructions) and I still don't have a positive reading. My period is the standard 28 days and always has been - now I'm beginning to worry that I am not ovulating?! My OH says to throw it away as it's obviously not right for us and it's causing me undue stress. Has anyone else had a similar experience with this product??
     
  2. LouisecH

    LouisecH Well-Known Member

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    Hi Dippy

    Ovulation can occur early or late in any cycle. According to my dates I ovulated some time in the 3rd week of my cycle so don't give up hope.

    Louise
     
  3. hayley

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    Hi Dipy

    Clearblue digital ovulation didn't work for me either. I tried it for te first time last Jan. I followed all the instructions and ended up using all the sticks without getting a positive reading for ovulation. I don't recomend clearblue at all. I have a 28 day cycle and I tend to ovulate early around day 11. I have ovulated later thou, more like day 15.

    I went onto a web site and bought some cheap ovualtion sticks. Got around 30 and 10 pregnancy tests for about £10. I always detect ovualtion with the cheaper ones.. crazy!

    Good luck trying.
     

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