Post # 1
Hi Ladies I have an OPK question, on Tues I had a dark line on my opk it was the same colour as the control line, Wednesday morning it was super dark, Thursday morning again it was super dark and again today it is darker then the control line.
Since it is now over 48 hours since I had the super dark line and the line continues to be dark what does that mean. Darling Husband and I plan to DB tonight as we did it yesterday morning.
Please let me know how long you get a dark OPK. Btw was not able to temp this morning as I was off island and didn’t bring my themometer but yesterday morning I had a spike up in my temp.
Thank you so much in advance for any info.
Post # 3
@mrswant2B: Everyone is different. Some bees get positive OPKs for a few days, others test multiple times a day and only ever get one positive OPK. I had my first positive OPK in the evening, positives all day the next day (am, afternoon, and evening), and one last positive OPK the next morning. I think based on my temps I ovulated the day after my last positive OPK. I would recommend BDing until you see a clear thermal shift in temps (for at least 3 days) just in case.
Post # 4
It depends on the person I think. I had dark / positive for 2 days then it went really light really quick. I’ve seen some people have positives for multiple days and some for a short serge. Just keep BD’ing and hopefully you’re good!
Post # 5
Thanks ladies! Will keep BDing 🙂