I carried on testing the first time because I had all these opks left and I was curious. This time I knew my surge would likely last a long time, so I made sure to keep going. I finally got a - today, but it's barely negative (day 6).
I have read of several ladies who did not ovulate until after their last + opk which is why I continued to test this month. If I wasn't going to ovulate for another 4 or 5 days I wanted to know! I think I may be one of those ladies because I had a + Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun, and then I had those little ovulation pangs and twinges Monday.
We BD every day of a positive and then on the last + we start the SMEP thing (3 days, skip a day, one more day).
It got me a BFP in cycle #1 so I'm sticking to it!
Since I have been ttc for 13 months I am going to take your advice and keep testing... Just hope my order of OPK arrives as I am down to 2 cheapies and 1 clearblue ( which I like to save to check my other is definitely + )
I have got a feeling, I am going to wear my OH out this month lol. good luck to you xx
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