Yup we produce the hormone all month but at the peak time we will have a surge when we are about to ovulate. That's when the line gets its very darkest. Lots of ppl have trouble comparing so they switch to digital. But after using digital for a couple months and if your regular you won't need to use them anymore cause you will know approx. when you ovulate every month. That's if u don't have crazy cycles. Good luck! Pls keep posted
I don't think I have to nuts of a cycle.. I tend not to stress to bad but planning a wedding in the mist of all this does at times, so I'm sure that may throw it off a bit, but from what I noticed seems pretty normal... Ill do second OPK today and first round of AI today also... You know ill deff keep posted..
Thank you.. Second round tomorrow or today depending on OPK's..
Yeah.. this has deff put a toll on us (wedding planning) but its exciting and I can't wait to say I do! 68 days to go yay!! would be really amazing to be able to tell our whole family were expecting the same night as our wedding
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