(Closed) Cd 8. Postive opk

posted 4 years ago in TTC
Post # 2
11752 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Purplelicious:  my sister got pregnant bD on cd8. It ended in mc though. 

Post # 3
2906 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Sometimes people will have two LH surges in a month, ovulating after the second one… So get your BD on, but also don’t stop BD until ovulation is confirmed with a temp shift… This might just be your first surge of two! 

Post # 5
1915 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - backyard in the woods

I’ve gotten + OPK’s on CD8 before. I have short cycles (25-27 days) and ususally O between CD10 to CD12, though I have O’ed on CD9 before.  I usually O in less than 24 hours from the 1st + OPK, though most women do in 24-48 hours. 12-72 hours is the actual range in which O can be expected from the first + OPK. Maybe you are close to the 72 hours range and are an early O’er like myself. If you want to know for sure, I’d suggest temping. The book ‘Taking charge of your fertility’ helps you understand it if you’re interested and feel free to join the Charter’s thread on the TTC board. It’s full of lots of amazing helpful ladies it temping seems intimidating. It’s actually super easy btw:) http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/charters-of-the-hive-lvii/#axzz39MEwhGCv

Also, the lines on the digital don’t mean anything, they digital reader senses minute changes in the lines that the naked eye can’t see. That being said, I , like any sane person, obviously opened mine up and tried to see any differences. I found that when I was anywhere within a day or so of a + OPK the lines were equal to my eyes. After O they were different and early in my cycle (CD6-7) they werre different. I kind of treat digital OPK lines like a horoscope- fun to read but I don’t really give them much weight. By The Way as to outcome I am currently on break from TTC due to unrelated medical issues.

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