My husband and I were married June of last year, and began ttc in August of the same year. After three months, we finally got pregnant, but unfortunately I miscarried at 6 weeks in November. We started trying again in January of this year, and it's now March and we're still waiting & hoping. My question is: I've been doing at-home ovulation tests to help detect my LH Surge, and as of today, for the past seven days they've all been positive. Is it even possible to ovulate this long? My cycle is due next Thursday, and I'm wondering what it means if I continue to get the positive result? I'm trying not to get my hopes up too much. I hope someone has an answer for me!View Thread
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