My husband and I are trying to conceive. The 1st of my period was Oct. 9th and they are usually 30 day cycles. We used clomid from day 3-7. And I was told to you wait two day after to use the ovulation test strips. I have some where the test line was darker than the control line before day 15. But from day 16 to today day 21 it has been a lot darker than the control line. Has this ever happen to anyone where they get this many days in a row showing a positive??? I have a picture of all the test.
ive only ever had about 2 days of peak and im not on clomid. maybe the clomid made your lh peak last for longer? or you released an egg from both ovaries? it definitely looks like you ovulated between day 16-21 which is late for a 30 day cycle but they are clear positives, i hope you made good use of those possible extra days. Good Luck! if the surge was that long then that could be a really good sign that at least 1 egg was released.
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