Ok so I'm cd19 of a 30 day cycle and this is the 5th day in a row that I've got a positive ov test! I've been testing twice aday since my first one just to make sure it's correct and it is. I'm getting worried now because I goggled it and it said women with pcos ( which I have) find this is a common problem because the egg keeps trying to release but doesn't so the hormone is still present until it releases. I've made a docs appt for tomorrow at 4:40 to get some advice. I'm really confused about it because even tho I have pcos it's never really been a problem, I have periods every month every 30 days, Ive been pregnant 3 times I'm just worried that maybe my condition is going to get worse and ttc is going to be very hard! Has anybody read or heard the same thing? I dtd last night to cover myself incase the egg finally released if that is the prob. Or maybe I'm just having a long ovulation period and there's no problem with my eggs? I really need my mind put at rest I'm starting to panic sorry for the long post. If anyone has any insight to this plz feel free to comment! T.I.A xx
This is my second cycle ttc. I read about it on google and panicked and called the docs! But now I read it could be completely normal! Honestly u could drive yourself mad with all this. I hope my dr can help
I'm thinking of going to my local family planning clinic as I'm working myself up into a panic and don't think I can wait til my dr appt tomorrow I just want some advice. They should be able to help right?
I know, right? It's really complicated. Before I started TTC last time, I did a ton of reading/research, etc. for a few months. It helped. With the O strips, I would sometimes get what I thought was a positive, but then it would be negative on the digital, so I knew it wasn't a positive. What I'll do now (just started ttc this month) is use the strips, and while they're blank, I won't use the digital, but when they start showing more color, I'll confirm with digi.
Last time I got pregnant the first month trying (well, the first week really), and I really think that the O kits helped me a ton. Also, I stuck my legs in the air for ten minutes after DTD.
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