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3 days after +OPK and still no O
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Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:04 AM
Just wondering if anybody has ever ovulated 3+ days after a +OPK??? I'm getting a bit concerned.
My chart is in my signature, you can see that my temp has dipped this morning (hoping that means I'll O today) but that I haven't had a +OPK since Friday.
My last cycle, I had my +OPK the morning after I ovulated (I didn't test the night of O, so who knows?).
Thanks for you help!
Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:49 AM
Hi Poseidon768 we are on the same CD! I'm also waiting for O. That's a pretty big temp drop. Were your OPKs done the same time each day? and did they fade out? (not a true positive but still dark?) IMO you will probably O today FX you do.
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