So need some help here! Today is CD9 and we DTD last night and this morning. This morning I took an opk and I could see a very faint line. Now for the past 6 months I have had a strong positive on day 12/13 so know I ovulate on day 13 (24 day cycle). But never before have I had a faint line this early.. Could I be ovulating early?
Was planning to DTD up to 2 days before, so tomorrow and Monday, but now not sure if I should stop tomorrow? Will do an opk first bring and see how were doing, but really want best chance of a girl!! Xx
Wish I could help but I just started using OPK's yesterday and today. Mine too were really faint. Going off of my last cycle it was 34 days long instead of the usual 28-30 days that Im used to. I'm also confused. I wasn't expecting to ovulate until maybe 18-21? Hopefully someone could you and I?
Another v faint line today but no darker so think we're ok, body obviously just gearing up for O. Will DTD today and tomorrow as long as tomorrow isn't a positive. Excited! So hope I get a BFP this month!! Xx
I had very faint lines on opk yesterday and today. I'm new to the gender swaying thing...do we dtd every other day until the + and then not again until after the fertile window? Or are we supposed to dtd on first day of +opk then wait? Uughhhh this is so confusing and the more I read up on it the more confused I get.
I just read about the O+12 method which totally contradicts the Shettles method.
it's so confusing isn't it!!! We are DTD every day until a + on the OPK then stopping. There is so much controversial info but having had a few friends who have had success this way I thought we would give it a go! xx
Sorry to hear of your loss my lovely and welcome to the group! I'm CD10, just waiting for hubby to finish his ironing so we can get on with some BDing, he he!! Just today and tomorrow and then fingers crossed!! xxx
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