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    Question Lullaby OPK

    I just purchased some of these tests, I did one yesterday which was neg and two today at 10.00am and 7.00pm approx. Both of today's tests showed a faint line, especially the first one. But it was very faint! Should I regard this as a positive? Obviously I will test again tomorrow, but I am dying to O as I'm on cd 18. The sooner I O, the sooner we can TTC!!! TIA


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    I just got some Lullaby OPKs and have tested 4. Today was the first time I got one nearly or as dark as the control line. I think you should keep testing - but this is only my first month using OPKs and charting. Good luck.

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    Hi Sezjm,

    Was yesterday the first time you started to use the tests? Or have you been using them for a few days? Just wondering if you started testing too late?

    If the result line is lighter than the control line then it is still classed as a negative result.

    what is your usual cycle length?
    What is your cervical mucus like at the moment - Creamy, stretchy and Eggwhite or dry?

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    Hi Jodie, yesterday was the first time I used the lullaby brand, I used fortel a couple of times (- result) earlier in the week (which I have found to be good in the past).

    I'm 99% sure I haven't O'd yet, as I normally get some O pain, which I think may have started today. I am also temping, and using a maybe baby, neither of which have indicated that I have O'd.

    My CM is watery/stretchy, but not EWCM. To be honest I'm not sure mine is ever REALLY like EWCM.

    Not sure on my regular cycle length as I fell pg straight off the BCP, and mc and had d&c 18 days ago. When I fell pg I O'd on cd 26, but I had just come off BCP.

    I guess I'll just keep testing and hoping for that lh surge!

    Thanks so much for your help! I really appreciate it.

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    Hi Sezjm,

    yep i would definatley keep testing then. Sorry to hear about your miscarriage . This may also affect your dates slightly too.

    Hopefully you receive that ++++opk soon and a sticky bfp shortly after

    Good luck and if you have any more questions do not hesitate to ask.

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    Thanks heaps Jodie, I will definitely keep testing. We are not ttc until cycle after next so I think I will be ordering some more tests! Hopefully I will only need one pg test! (tho I am a POAS addict!)

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    Hi sezjm
    Once you start testing with more OPKs you will get to know your body, for a fair while i only ever got faint + on my OPks but based on my temps shifts knew i when i was ovulating. The past 2 months and a new batch of OPKS i have been getting faints heading towards the ones which are darker than the control. I even use 2 different brands, i head towards the POAS addiction at times,

    Good Luck, and i hope you only need one Preg. test too sweetie

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    Hi.

    I too was using Lullaby Conceptions OPKs for around 6-7 months before I got my recent positive pregnancy test. To be honest, you dont need a dark line like the control line to be ovulating; it can be 3 shades lighter & you could be ovulating.

    Are you able to post a picture of your test?

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    All is well! I got a positive OPK last night-and severe O pain to go with it! Can't tell you how excited I am though! Thanks everyone for all your advice!

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    Hi sezjm ,

    Congrats on your +++opk. I hope this is your month

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