Post # 1
Im so confused with this result. It seems to me that both positive and negative readings are two lines! Im new to all this business and would appreciate any feedback from fellow TTC’ers!
FWIW, I’m currently CD12 and have EWCM for the last three days, usually a 28-29 day cycle of that’s relevant. Sorry if Too Much Information and thanks in advance
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Post # 2
Hi! Opks are tricky. They are positive when the test line is darker than the control. So you will have a second line most of the time but only when it’s super dark is it positive. There is actually an app called “Femometer” that will interpret for you!
Post # 3
OPKs do take some getting used to! As PP mentioned they are positive when they are at least as dark or darker than the control. Here is a picture of a positive I got a few days ago if thats helpful. Good luck!
Post # 4
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Your test line should be as dark as or darker than the control line.
I started by using the premom app to interpret them – you take photos, it lines them up, and interprets which day was your peak reading.