Post # 1
I have have no idea what I’m doing. I’ve been taking them between 2-4 pm everyday. the one I took today looks pretty close if I’m doing this right! My obgyn wants me to chart to make sure everything is going ok in my lady bits haha. I’ve had a lot of hormonal issues and just want to make sure before I’m really ttc that everything’s working properly.
Post # 3
@mackenzie810: If you are concerned that you don’t have a progression in the darkness of the lines, don’t be. Plenty of women don’t have progression, they just have a positive one day! None of these look positive to me so keep on taking them till you get one. Are you keeping track of your symptoms too?
Post # 4
@mackenzie810: I think the best time to check is in the middle fo the day which you are doing. Since todays line is darker you might want to check again in the evening to see if its changed to a positive yet. Also, are you using any apps like fertility friend to help you monitor for O?
Post # 5
Not really. I’ve just been testing. My cycles are so irregular that I don’t know when I ovulate. I’m assuming around this time or in a couple days because my periods range atleast 30/35 days. My cycle was 45 days long last time but I was soo stressed. I haven’t been keeping track of the times I take it. It’s just anywhere from 2-4. I only test once too, I’ve seen where people test in the am and pm.
Post # 6
Honestly I hate charting. I’d rather just have sex and let it happen when it’s supposed to.
Post # 7
@mackenzie810: I take mine any time after 12:00 noon, and then again later in the evening after a four hour hold. I got my strongest positive ever at 10:30 on a Sunday night! My next strong positive was at noon using SMU. That makes me think I might have an overnight surge, and some other Bees have noted the same. I have never had a progression in my tests, though!
Keep testing once between 2 & 4 and then try in the evening once in a while just to see.