Post # 1
Went off the pill and been TTC since April 2012 (my 2nd/his 1st) but no success so far. Dr. has diagnosed me with PCOS. My last 3 cycles were 70, 51, and 91 days long respectively. I was put on provera to finally end that last cycle and I started using Wondfo OPKs on CD 15 of this cycle. I’m now on CD 22 and actually got a positive an hour ago!
We did the BD earlier this evening. Was that too late? The last time we did the BD before today was on CD19.
I felt so happy after seeing the positive but now I’m a little bit sad because we might’ve been too late?
Any advice/info would be appreciated..
Thank you 🙂
Post # 3
@mysticgrace: nope, not too late – you even have time to try again if you can – I think the pack usually says you O 24-36 hours after a positive (?? correct me someone if I’ve got the hours wrong – I haven’t used OPKs i over 6 months).
But short answer – not too late at all!!
Post # 4
Was your positive OPK negative yesterday? If this is your first postive OPK then it is def not too late. This is the pefect time to BD. Usually you O 12-36 hrs after a positive OPK so I would BD again tomorrow and the next day. Even your CD 19 BD could get you KU. So I think your timing is pretty good!
Post # 5
I was looking at an OPK yesterday and I am pretty positive it said 24 hours after your positive test! So keep up the BD just in case 😉
Post # 6
Thanks for the replies! I checked again this morning (8 hours later) and it’s still positive, test line darker than the control. That’s normal right?
I’m so excited! I’m so glad I’m off work today LOL. I’m trying to play it cool though. I don’t want him to freak out. He doesn’t work too well under pressure 😉
Post # 7
I normally get 2 days of postives. I don’t normally ovulate until 2-3 days later. You have TIME 🙂 GL
Post # 8
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Post # 8
Bumping this because I have a question — once you get a positive OPK do you try to BD every day? I’ve been BD’ing every day leading up to my positive OPK but am unsure what to do now!