okay well i got a positive on my ovulation test on the 17th of april. i had sex the day after and thats it. now its the 29th and i got a positive again. i was feeling a lil pregnant but now that, that happened i dont know. whats going on?
can i get a positive on an ovulation test while pregnant?
can i get to positives in one month?
tea_berries: I've heard of women actually using OPKs as pregnancy tests, but I've also heard that a HPT will be much more accurate. So, even though OPKs can turn positive when pregnant, it is recommended to take a HPT to confirm. Hope that makes sense :-)
I did the Opk as an Hpt when I got my last bfp. It took about 4 days after the bfp to get a pos on my opk. It does work, it just takes longer. It does have to be as dark as the control to be a pos. Also, not to dampen any hopes by any means, we do get random surges, too. I tested the theory and opkd every day of my cycle. There were 4 pos opks at very different times. Only one was in the "fertile window" and temps confirmed it. But, yes Hcg and Lh are almost identical in chemical makeup. I hope it's a bfp. Get an frer, it will tell you for sure :)
i dont get it. im so confused. ugh. okay well i was getting sooooooo frusteratd cause i felt a lil pregnant but i knew it was to early. i took the rest of my ovulation test and there was like 13 of them and they were all positive. does it mean im pregnant or im ovulating? ugh.
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