How come my OPK doesn't match my body symptoms of ovulation. Might be TMI but here goes. I have sticky, stretchy egg white CM and my sex drive has increased 10 fold for 2 days now, but despite these symptoms my OPK is still negative. There is a line, however it's clearly lighter than the test line. I have PCOS so I have irregular periods and don't ovulate on a consistant basis. My doctor is starting me on Clomid for my next cycle which should be at the end of this month. Does this mean I am going to ovulate or not I am so confused right now?
Usually, clear stretchy (eggwhite looking) cervical mucus means you have entered your fertile period. How many days of this type of CM you have varies quite a bit from person to person, and it is fairly common that it starts before you actually get a positive OPK. However, I'm not sure if your PCOS will affect ovulation this month or not. But it wouldn't hurt to try anyway right now...if you ovulate...great...and if not, you'll be able to move on to clomid next month! Best of luck with everything!
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