Hey, I was reading the instructions for the NEW CHOICE Ovulation Predictor. This one is in a Pink box (some New choice OPKs are in a purple box I have both kinds). The instructions for reading results are as follows :
LH Surge: Two Pink Lines will appear. You should ovulate within the next 24 to 36 hours. (Intensity of the lines may vary).
No LH Surge: One Pink Line will appear at the C.
With that "intensity may vary" part, does that mean a faint line is positive for this test?
With OPKs your test lines should generally be darker than your test line. A faint line will mean that you have some LH but not enought LH to indicate ovulation. I think the "intesity of lines" thing is stated because some women state they dont get a darker line, it may just be the same intesity/color. I just got my first pos OPK yesterday!
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