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If I get a positive OPK, do I stop testing or should I test again the day after or a few hours after? Sorry for the dumb question. Ive done OPKs but would just stop out of frustration and never got a positive until now.
A positive OPK is pretty exciting! They say stop testing. There's no real reason to keep testing (even though I did) because once you get the + that means you will "O" within 12-36 hours. SO, bd today and make sure you also tomorrow and the next day too! Good luck!
Typically after a positive OPK, you will ovulate 12 to 72 hours after the first positive, with the average being 36. There isn't any real need to keep going. I often did what kelly did though..kept testing just out of curiousity..lol. But use that first positive to go by. Good luck, hope this is your month!
Lol, Kelly sometimes I think you and I are twins seperated at birth or something. We think so much alike. I read the things you do and have either done them myself, or try it after you say it. hehe...we are sooo impatient. Love ya girlie.
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