Post # 1
Has anyone ever used these or similiar? http://www.amazon.com/Combo-40-Ovulation-10-Pregnancy/dp/B001FYLNVU/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1370794593&sr=8-3&keywords=ovulation+predictor+kit
I can’t afford to do the fancy ovulation tests.
My period has always been wacky. Just recently, within the last year or so, I’ve finally started getting my period pretty consistently once every 4-6 weeks which has been amazing! I used to get it once every 4-6 MONTHS! But I’m still not sure when I ovulate so I’m looking for the best affordable way to figure it out.
Post # 3
i used these for about 3 months with no luck. Once I gave in and bought the smiley face Clearblue ones, I got pregnant the first time using them.
The Wondfo’s were just a little more difficult to decipher when my surge was exactly.
So what I do now (no longer pregnant – ttc again), is I bought the Clearblues and the Wondfo’s…I’ll use the Wondfo’s until I think i might have a positive and then use the Clearblue’s. That way I’m only using one or two of the clearblue’s and not going through 20 in one cycle (just in case I have to buy more).
Post # 4
@S2013: I use these and have really liked them. Lots of people on the TTC boards use them and like them.
Post # 5
@KateByDesign: That’s a great idea! I have had a few Wondfo’s that had the two lines but none that were definitely positive (I’ve only done it for a month now- and not very consistently – more just trying to see how they worked)
Post # 6
@S2013: Yep, those are the ones I use. They work for me. I just ordered them because I run out of them earlier this long cycle.
Post # 8
@S2013: I use the ClinicalGuard ones. I’ve gotten a positive on them the last three months.
Post # 9
I was using the Target brand, but switched to Wondfo because my cycles are at least 45-ish days long and I was spending too much money on the Target brand. I’ve had positives on the Wondfos yesterday and today (woo hoo!), so I think they’re working okay!