This is a repost. I didn't have any hits last night.
I'm going crazy trying to figure this out. My opks are the same color if not darker than the control. This is day 8 of DARK positives. I have a picture but can't post mobile.
This is from last night..
Just trying to figure out what is going on. Typically when I ovulated the line stays dark max of two days. I always test afternoon and night time. These opks have been a solid DARK line. The ones I took today at 12pm and then at 7pm were darker than the control. Negative hpt(couldn't resist) I have a 43 day cycle to a tee and ovulated on day 21/22 typically. I got my first positive day 21. I have a week left before my period. I have no symptoms other than aching in my belly. I have been bloated for two weeks...which is weird and idk if that's relevant.
Point being I don't have pcos or any issues. I would think if ovulation was stalled it would've gone lighter rather than darker.
I know some people claim it picks up HCG.
Idk your thoughts? Anyone have a constant positive OPK and be pregnant? My cervix has dropped is firm and open with creamy cm.
I had positice OPK's when I was preggo and didn't know it yet.
Take a pregnancy test
<blockquote><b>Quoting jazzzzz*:</b>" Take a pregnancy test"</blockquote>
I did but its bfn. I'm only 7dpo
Quoting Spunky.:" <blockquote><b>Quoting jazzzzz*:</b>" Take a pregnancy test"</blockquote> I did but its bfn. I'm only 7dpo"
That's a little early to get a positive HPT. I would test again in a couple of days. OPKs pick up both LH and HCG.
I've been cramping like crazy today, been peeing more and started with sore boobs that come and go. Granted it could be in my head. But I find it weird seeing as I never had more than two days of positives. I mean these suckers are now darker than the control and show up right away.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Amelia Margaret:</b>" That's a little early to get a positive HPT. I would test again in a couple of days. OPKs pick up both LH and HCG."</blockquote>
Yeah I know. I've been bloated since a few days before my first positive. if that's even relevant.