I have been using opk's for about the last week trying to catch ovulation after coming off the pill. Up until today I have had either no test line or a very faint one. Today when I tested the test line is darker, although still not quite as dark as the control line.
I was just wondering is there any significance in this ie is ovulation coming and the line will get darker and darker each day or am I reading too much into it?
I think that means you should be getting a positive soon! Maybe next day? When I use OPKs... I get no line, then a faint line the day or so before I get a positive, then I get a positive for a day or two, then back to a faint line for a day... then back to no line....
Some women start to show the LH surge a day or so before it's positive- just think of it as a good thing- you get a pre-warning hehe.
Since the "troops" can survive for 3 days (typically)- but sometimes up to 4 or 5 days- with a good environment... can't hurt to start DTD soon!!!!!
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