2 days pos opk, neg, pos opk...Whats happening here?
Ok so I'm sure people have had this happen before but I had 2 days of positive opks followed by one day of negative opks followed by another day of positives. I have not seen a thermal shift but I had O pains on the second day of positives. What the heck? I've not been stressed or sick. Could I maybe have O'd this morning (my usual O day) and the LH surge is still going?
Thanks for replying! I had O pains on Wednesday but had my first positive opk on Tues night. It was strong positive Wednesday and I swear I felt like I ovulated then but here it is Friday and no temp shift. I got negatives all day yesterday but for some crazy reason decided to test today and got the darkest positive of all. But now this negative one?
I have very regular 28 day cycles and usually only 1-2 days positive opks before O.
some people said for this reason is why people shouldnt keep testing after the first positive LOL...i dont have a clue reasons like this is why i stopped using opks lol i was getting very dark at 8 9 dpo...i was like ok enough of this lol
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