Can Anyone Help Out Ovulation Question

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julepowers - October 22

Hi Girls, I was wondering how most of you tell when you ovulate. Been TTC for over a year now and I m/c. I use Answer dip sticks, but I get positives for days in a row??? Also, I had EWCM on Monday-Friday last week. DH and I BD'd all week long everyday. Are you most fertile the last day of EWCM, which would have bene friday for me. Does that mean I ovulated on Sat? I got opk+ on Wed afternoon, thurs am, sat am and Sunday am! help!! Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

 

javidsgirl - October 22

well sounds like you got all your bases covered now comes the tww.oh and Usually you are most fertile on the last day of EWCM

 

Missy - October 22

I would suggest testing around 4PM as it seems to give the best results. Never use FMU as you can get false positives. I wasn't really getting dark clear as day positives until I started testing late afternoon. Its not uncommon to get 2 POS OPK's, but to get so many one would think perhaps either the tests or the method are corrupted. I would suggest temping as a backup method and not relying solely on OPK's when you have unclear signs like this. Hope that helps!!

 

julepowers - October 22

Thanks for your help girls! Missy, I tested every day in the am and around 3 pm. Each day at 3 pm is was totally negetive until wed. On wed I got a semi positive at 3 pm and then the following days it was back to negetive. do you think that the wed semi positive was it? I have tested since and there is no postiive. The anwer brand only tests 40 mlu as opposed to most tests which test 20 mlu. Maybe I just dind't hold it long enough and the urine on wed was partially diluted and dind't give me a bright positive? What do you think? Thanks!! juliet

 

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