Best OPK?

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  1. Bambina

    Bambina Mother of 1

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    Hey ladies,

    Me and my husband have been trying for nearly 2 years now, and we've decided that we are going to try using OPK's.
    I've looked on ebay but mostly bunches off 20, surely you can buy more.
    I want to buy a largish bundle so I've got them ready when needed, i don't fancying having to buy them every month so at least a couple of months if possible.

    Which would you ladies recommend?
     
  2. Myshelsong

    Myshelsong LTTTC Success Story

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    I had good experience and bad with internet cheapies so I would say it is a shot in the dark.
    Best ones I bought were from a fertility website, worst were from ebay.

    I just bought some expensive store ones and still having issues so maybe it is me. But I would order from the website over Ebay any day
     
  3. breavis

    breavis Pregnant with baby #4

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    I use the clearblue digital. It's easy to read with a smiley face when you hit your peak days. No reading lines.
     
  4. brightlywound

    brightlywound Expecting #4!

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    I get packs of 50 off of amazon.com! I make sure to get Wondfo brand. I've always had good luck with their OPKs!
     
  5. hopeforamirac

    hopeforamirac Well-Known Member

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    fertility plan on ebay sell them in 50 and 100 bundles.. i use them and then confirm with digi :)
     
  6. munchkins x

    munchkins x Guest

    I used the clearblue fertility monitor when trying with my DD and I loved it. It was so easy but it was pricey at a hundred pound at the time. However, they are really cheap to buy now on eBay but the tests for the monitor can work out to be pricey. I don't rate the IC opks at all I personally have never had a proper positive with them. I have also heard that the clearblue digital dual hormone ones are really good also but they can be a little pricey too.
     
  7. Bambina

    Bambina Mother of 1

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    Thank you ladies, i ordered a small pack for now of Ebay in the end just to get acquainted with, but thinking about getting a Clearblue digital ovulation kit next week ready for my next cycle.
     
  8. Keds195

    Keds195 Well-Known Member

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    I use the clearblue dual hormone ones in the mornings and use IC in the afternoons and they always match up with each other. X
     
  9. sparklycat

    sparklycat Well-Known Member

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    I am wondering this too, got the cheap ones from savers, a quid for 5! But they are those little strips you have to put in a pot of pee....I hate doing that so im just weeing on them!! Prob not a great idea.....
     
  10. Bambina

    Bambina Mother of 1

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    There the ones i first got to try but off ebay, im not fussed about that but i've been reading about people saying there not too good.
     
  11. Jess812

    Jess812 Jacob & Connor <3

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    I buy mine from ebay. If you search ovulation kits 100. You should find a few items that sell 100+ or you can select from 10 - 200 going up in 10s or 50s. x
     

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