Also posted in Ovulation gallery but figured more come on this thread..
I never get a true positive using OPK's so I gave up using them, anyways I had a couple left so just now at 4 dpo I used one out of pure curiousity with very diluted wee. Its not a dark positive but it's prob the darkest I've ever had an OPK! What could this mean? Very confused! Also Im definitely 4 dpo, my cycles are like clock work and I know my body inside out after 11 months TTC x
I know that OPK's can show + eventhough your not OV and it can mean a but at 4dpo I'm not sure that is the case. Give it another couple of days and use an IC hpt and, just incase this cycle is going to be a longer than normal one carry onjust to cover all bases.
Aww thanks both for the reply, Im having period like cramps too which is odd but I have a new symptom every month lol! So hope its the start of something!! Prob dodgy tests hehe, i ovulate perfect but they just dont work for me, I know when im ovulating so theres no point me buying them xx
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