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  • LeAnnimal LeAnnimal's Avatar 12-01-04 | 11:10 AM
  • I'm SO not into POAS, but thought since I have nothing else to do, I'd try it this month. SO... I know I'm not "supposed" to use fmu, but I did anyway cause DG is leaving for the night and I know I'm close. There was a faint line, but it wasn't positive yet. My questions...

    1. Should I even consider this test this morning?
    2. If I have already ovulated, I woulnd't see anything right???
    3. How long after a positive OPK do I have to bd???



     
  • the_littleminx the_littleminx's Avatar 12-01-04 | 04:00 PM
  • I'm too new to this to know myself. Hopefully someone will get you some answers asap.
     
  • MImom23 MImom23's Avatar 12-01-04 | 08:42 PM
  • i am not sure about # 1 but # 2 i always had a faint line after i Oed cuz there is still a trace of the hormone in you system
    #3 you are suposed to O with in 24 - 36 hours of a + opk.


    Did that info help at all?? I hope it did Good Luck
  • LeAnnimal LeAnnimal's Avatar 12-01-04 | 08:53 PM
  • Well, my opk this afternoon was almost, if not, positive. DH is due back tomorrow afternoon so the info at least made me feel better
     
    I'll do another one tomorrow and see what I get. I haven't missed it yet, but don't know if he'll get back in time. Not like his swimmers could actually get up there anyway...
  • MImom23 MImom23's Avatar 12-01-04 | 09:11 PM

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    you are suposed to test the same time every day also. and if DH gets back tommorrow and yu get a + tommorrow you should have 24 - 36 hours til you O.
     

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