I got 2 positive surge lines on Sat, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. That evening it was negative. Tested some yesterday and they were negative. Tested this morning (not FMU..just wanted to POAS!!) and it looks like it is back to a positive. I followed all the directions and am experienced with the OPK. So, what's up? My cervical position is still fairly high and definitely open, but it has been since Sat. Any advice????
hmmm i wonder if your body geared up for ovulation with the rise in the LH surge on sat and then for sum reason it didnt happen (stress or being poorly can delay things) and then your body has just geared up straight away to try get the egg out! you sound like your still in your fertile period so i would be BDing lots! good luck xx
As Claire said, sometimes your body can have an LH surge that doesn't result in ovulation (if you're temping as well it won't be followed by a sustained temperature rise as you would see after ovulation). If that is the case, you might find you have another surge a few days later and will ovulate the second time x
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