Hello - I took a Clear Blue Easy OPK test yesterday morning at 5:30am but and got a positive smiley face (I...
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Hello - I took a Clear Blue Easy OPK test yesterday morning at 5:30am but and got a positive smiley face (I drink a lot of water and go to the gym in the morning so find it almost impossible to not drink anything for 4 hours after the time I wake up). I took another test the same night at about 6pm and got a negative and then this morning at 5:30am I got another negative. We did have sex last night and then this morning and then plan to again tonight. I also take my BBT which shows that I do ovulate around my 13-16th day (its never really the same). Yesterday was the 13th day of my cycle - so I'm hoping to have timed it correctly but am worried that I got the negative this morning and not a second positive.View Thread
I got my LH surge positive yesterday and then happened to get Periods on the same day..Can anyone plz explain...
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I got my LH surge positive yesterday and then happened to get Periods on the same day..Can anyone plz explain what it really means?? How can they both happen on the same day..i am so Confused..i have read some threads in which it says it's picking up early signs of Pregnancy..Is it true??View Thread
Hi All, i have been using OPK's to check my High fertility since my last Menstrual Cycle. I got Positive LH...
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Hi All, i have been using OPK's to check my High fertility since my last Menstrual Cycle. I got Positive LH surge yesterday and to my surprise i got my Periods as well yesterday..What does it really mean?? i am so confused..Should i consider this as an early sign of Pregnancy?View Thread
I need some help estimating from some spotty blood work for my cycle since I don't have the luxury to test as frequently as optimal. Checked for release 1 day after getting a LH surge on the Clear Blue Easy Fertility monitor and a questionable LH surge on a urine stick the night before. Late cycle. CD 20 and 19, respectively.
Does this look like ovulation happened yet? Historically, my RE starts me on vaginal progesterone when Progesterone goes up ove 2.0. How long would it generally take for 0.9 to increase above 2.0? One day? Two days?
Also LH is a little low compared to other mid-cycle tests I've had. Usually it peaks slightly above 50. This is supposedly a full day after my peak, would it be normal for it to go down from 50 to 34.4 in a day? How fast does LH decline after peaking? Does it halve itself like Estrodial does after peaking and in one day or two?
Thanks ahead of time for this help. I'm afraid I may have started my progesterone too soon. The doctor's office gave me old results yesterday morning and the Lab would only confirm that my P level was different from what I was told, so I knew it had started going up. Bloods were drawn at 2:30 PM on May 18 and I started progesterone at 3 AM on May 20. Could that interfere with ovulation trying to happen if LH were still building?
Thanks for any part of this you are able to answer!View Thread
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