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Negative OPKs but OV?
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#1 RainGirl

Posted 27 December 2012 - 11:25 AM

So i had a MMC and D&C 9th Nov, Ovulated that next month and waited out TTC until I got my First AF after d&c.
Now im into my 2nd month and starting to try again. I should have ovulated early this week sometime, I have had some very light mid cycle spotting, gassy bubbly feeling I get with OV and twinges in my right side all day xmas suggesting I OV on that day but i have been testing with OPKs twice a day for over a week with no LH surge? I use IC and they are usually fine but I only had a hint of a 2nd line since i began testing.
I don't track my temp as my OV is usually spot on, but i have never had mid cycle spotting before.
Is it possible i didnt even ovulate this month but still get all OV symptoms?
Or do you think I have just got a bad bunch of OPKs this time round?
had anyone else had midcycle spotting and what did it mean for them?

#2 Fossy

Posted 27 December 2012 - 11:40 AM

Yes it is possible to get o symptoms and not o.

Yes it is possible you had a bad batch of opks.

I have mid cycle spotting, I have pcos and it's related to that.

Id keep testing and see if you get a positive, maybe your body was trying to o but didn't quite make it. Ask you doctor for a cd21 blood test (get it 7 days after you think you o'ed). That will tell you if you did or not.

Good luck op!

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