What’s this LH strip mean?

posted 2 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
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Busy Beekeeper

I’m really sorry about your MC bee. That OPK is negative (to be positive, the “test” line, which is the one on the bottom in the photo you posted, needs to be as dark as or darker than the control line). But there’s no reason to be concerned about a negative OPK, or even a bunch of negative OPKs in a row that all look exactly the same. My OPKs would look exactly like that for days before suddenly turning positive. Your cycle may be a little weird since you just had a miscarriage, so you may ovulate later than usual or even have an anovulatory cycle. 

Post # 4
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2018

There will always be a faint line as you always have LH, however it goes as dark as/darker when you have an LH surge and then its classed as positive. Test in evenings, theyre more likely to be positive then 🙂

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