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Ok, I know I am probably crazy even trying to concieve raight away after 2 m.c. but its not that were trying, just how it has seemed to happen. I am a little scared but much too earily to even think about being prego.
Thur, I peed on a stick for ovulation, the test line was a little lighter than the Control line, I peed earily in the am. I've tested before, and their has been absolutly no test line at all, just the control line. Which = no surge.
Wednsday night, we had nookie, could this have been too soon? Why would thier be a slightly the same color this day, and none last week?? Ok so no surge last week, but with a little color almost matching the control line,===little surge?
then Fri am. we had nookie, i tested first thing, and the control line and test line were pretty much the same color, am I at my max surge?? Have I already ovulated? I don;t know I guess I am looking for other peoples expierence with these opk's. I was going to test again this afternoon. Someone just told me that by the time you see the same color lines its already too late??
Which would make me on time?
Does the "spermies" always live for 3 days, or is it up to three days? I know everyone is different, but, its it possible for them to die the same day?
My husband and I had 3 concurrent miscarriages and had to use the opk's while on clomid.
From my experience with them - the test line should either be the same color or actually darker than the control line - and at that point you will be ovulating within 24 to 48 hours. At least, that is what worked for us - as soon as you get a line the same color or darker, start doing it!