I have a ? when OPK turns negative, have you already ovulated?
I have a question and I should know the answer to this....but once your OPK's go positive and then go back to negative does that mean you've already actually OVULATED? I'm soooo curious because I don't know whether to DTD or not tonight.....anyone have any idea? I thank you in advance for all answers
I think it makes sense that you are done ovulating since you got your smiley yesterday (woo-hoo for smilies!). I would definitely BD tonight, just to be safe! Good luck Andrea... I really hope this is our month. My O pain/discomfort is gone today but in it's place is a sore throat, stuffy yet runny nose, chills... ugh. Oh well... hopefully I've dtd enough this cycle. Maybe if I'm not too sickly I can convince OH to dtd tonight before he's off to work.
I'm using opk's for the first time and we're trying the o+12 ,ethod for a girl which means you should BD 12 hours after ovulation
Yesterday was cd 12 and the lines were the same colour. I had some ewcm but not much. So I assumed that today the line would be darker. But it's not. It's lighter and now I have white sticky cm. SO does that mean I ovulated last night or this morning? Meaning we should BD tonight???? I'm so confused by all this!!!
PS got 3 boys which is why we're trying o+12 - last boy conceived using Shettles method (for a girl!)
i never test after I get the smiley face, but I was wondering this too! have some people gotten smiley faces for 2 days?
it says on the box that you ovulate 12-36 hours after the LH surge that the test predicts. So I think that if you get a negative the surge is over, but that doesnt mean you have ovulated.
I got my smiley on a thursday this month, and I had a big cramp friday night so I think that was my O.
I do the sperm meets egg plan so with that I have to BD the night of the smiley face, then 2 more nights in a row, skip one, then one more.
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