Post # 1
hey bees! I’m still pretty new to using OPKs so I have a question deciphering them. I had a positive last night around 9pm, a positive this morning around 7am, and a positive today around 2pm. I then had a negative today around 7:30pm. So does that mean I most likely ovulated today? Or when do you think I most likely ovulated? TIA!!
Post # 2
Are you temping also? It’s really hard to know exactly when you’re Oing with just OPKs. The OPKs only tell you that you’re likely to ovulate in the next 24-48 hours. A temp shift is what will confirm ovulation.
Post # 3
From what I’ve read and in my own experience, you typically ovulate 12-48 hrs after the last positive opk, so I would guess tomorrow!
Post # 4
i always get confused. if a positive test means you will ovulate 12-48 hours later, wouldnt it stay positive through the next day.
i usually get two days of positives and by the morning of the third day it goes back to negative. So does that second day positive mean ovulation is occuring?
i know this is all a guessing game without temping (i do temp, but not every month). But wouldnt the frist positive test be the one you’d want to base BDing off of.