(Closed) Bees using OPKs: Do your positives always have a dark test line?

posted 5 years ago in TTC
  • poll: When you get a positive OPK, how does the test line compare to the control?
    Test line is always darker than control with a positive OPK. : (3 votes)
    38 %
    Test line is usually about the same as the control with a positive OPK. : (5 votes)
    63 %
    Test line is lighter than control even with my positive OPK. : (0 votes)
  • Post # 3
    6702 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: September 2011 - Baby boy 12/2015

    Thanks for posting the question. I was wondering the same thing. I used an OPK just for fun today (D12), and it has a lighter line than the control one. This means is negative, but again I have not done it daily to know yet how the color will change. I wonder how early before you ovulate, you can get any line at all? If anyone has an answer, I’ll appreciate it.

    Post # 5
    4663 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: December 2011

    I’m very confused too. They look equally dark but I’m not sure if that’s a positive or if I should still wait until it gets super dark.

    Post # 6
    441 posts
    Helper bee

    I think OPKs are positive if the test line is as dark as or darker than the control line. When I used them, most of my positives were about equally as dark as the control. If you’re still confused, and you have some money to burn, you can invest in the OPKs that give you a smiley face. No questions with those ones 🙂

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