Hi there! I've been using the OPK for 2 cycles and it says to have sex the day you get your positive result and the next 2 days, so if you got your positive OPK on Monday, then you would have sex Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. I usually just hang out for about 10 minutes so "things" stay in, which is what my doctor suggested. Since your cycles are a little longer, I definitely recommend the OPK!! It tells you exactly when you ovulate, so you don't need the charts.
My husband and I wanted to be married first - we married in June 2010. We returned from our honeymoon and talked about starting a family, and when the right time would be, and we just decided to go ahead with it. We both wanted children, so it wasn't a difficult decision to make.View Thread
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