I took the answer OPK last friday (20 pack)& got my 2 lines (yippie) so i know im ovulating. I still took it everyday since & STILL have the 2 lines. Is it remotely possible to ovulate for almost 7 days????. i just took it & still see the 2 lines clear as day.
I read that if you show a surge for more than 2 days, something is not right. Or at least you can't count on it being accurate for ovulation. I don't know your age, but if you are in your late 30's or early 40's, the LH surge can last unusually long because of the "change" coming in the next ten years or so.
I agree with sissymae - When I take OPK's they usually have 2 lines the whole time I'm taking them, but it's a negative unless the test line is darker/thicker than the control line on the right. The test tells of an LH surge, not actual ovulation so I'm pretty sure it would be impossible to have an LH surge for a week.
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