Opks getting darker not pos but darker at about 6-10 dpo
Ttc cycle #7. Help me out ladies and tell me if I'm just going crazy or if this could really be the month. Heres some background info. Period ranges from 25 to 30 days long. Last af was 7/1 and had mid cycle brownish spotting (light for me) on 7/14 and half day 7/15. My husband and I bd on the regular as ttc and planning it became stressful and no fun so we usually bd 3-5 times a week. I didn't have Opks til 7/16 so I started using them that day. Pic is attached tell me what you think. (I know that Opks are not mean to be reliable as hpt, but hpt's are expensive, i used 2 of the 3 i have so far, just need to satisfy my poas addiction.) 7/16 I also had a mucous clump mixed with a little bit of blood, only saw it once. Felt nauseas 7/19 and 7/20 in morning and and once in evening. And I took hot which both were neg on 7/16 and 7/18. As of 7/16 my boobs have been very sore which is completely not usual for me either. Would love some input. And also when do you think I should use my last hpt?
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