I had a positive OPK last thursday night, DTD saturday and twice sunday. Couldlittle fainter, so assumed was a negative result. Have used OPK's before and always reliable. I have 28 day cycle as a rule.
Just took an OPK...was bored lol...and its positive again
So if I dtd saturday and sunday and am getting a + now...does that give me a better chance of cathing the egg than if was positive on Friday and dtd on saturday and sunday?
Sorry if i am confusing the issue here...but i am confusing myself!
Rule of thumb--try bd'ing 3 days prior to the positive opk and at least the day of and 1-2 days after...My TTC girls have conceived with this method...(One making her major bd days the day of and the day after)...You should stop testing with the opks once you get your first really strong ++ as you can still get ++'s on them after O'ing because surges of LH occur in the system although you have already O'ed...
Good Luck, hun! I've been using them this cycle--since this past saturday--nothing on that one but bd'ed, slight something on sunday's--bd'ed, a little stronger something monday--bd'ed, took one this am because I was curious about the fmu as my tests say can be used at any time of the day but to make sure testing at the same time each day (so I will test again this evening)--test line def there just faint this am--and we will be bd'ing again tonite--and more than likely everynight till this coming sunday.....
Waiting - thanks for the info, Hopefully then either way i may have it covered. This whole line watching thing drives me nuts - think i'll switch to smiley faces in future if needs be. Patience is a virtue i don't seem to possess!
Its hard for me to time it sometimes as partner is only home 2 weekends out of four as he is abroad atm.
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