What are some reasons I would get a positive OPK 2 days before my period is due?
Is LH present in your body in amounts high enough to turn an OPK positive? Right now I am 12DOP and I have taken maybe 3 or 4 OPKs randomly since about 3 or 4 days past ovulation. I like to experiment with this sticks so it was purely for that reason, ya know just to see how dark the 2nd line would turn when I wasnt ovulating. Well I just took one maybe 30 minutes ago and it was positive. I wish I would have saved the urine so I could test with a digital, but I was not thinking it would turn positive at all so I just dumped the urine.
Does anyone know of other reasons why it would suddenly be positive? Could it be from FSH? Because I know that FSH is produced during the start of AF, that is why women go in for FSH test on cycle day 3. Could an OPK detect FSH? Im highly confused. Any information is appreciated. Thank you .
LOL youre hilarious. I saw that too but I am doubting that I am pregnant. So there has got to be some other reason that an OPK would turn postive right before AF is due. I know that if you get postive OPKs all the time that it could mean you have pcos or premature ovarian failure. I know I dont have pcos. As far as the premature ovarian failure, i dont know. But there has got to be some reason why the test is postive 2 days before AF..
No its not because I have very regular cycles of 27 days. I also already got a postive OPK on cycle day 12. I always test until the OPK turns negative because I want to see how long my surge is. The OPK went negative 41 hours later. I then randomly took more OPKs this cycle just to see what they would say. All negative. Then today (2 days before AF is due) I took one and it was a definite positve. There is no way im ovulation again 2 days before AF is due lol. That would be crazy!
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