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 b**bs 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.