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So I thought that you were supposed to ovulate 12-36 hours after your LAST positive OPK, because the end of the surge would signify ovulation. However, some stuff I was just reading says that once you get a positive OPK you should STOP testing because you will ovulate 12-36 hours after your first positive... sooo is ovulation supposed to occur after your first + or your last +???
This is from FF: When you are using ovulation prediction kits (or devices that measure luteinizing hormone), you can usually expect ovulation to occur the day after your first positive result.
Great! My temp was up this morning on three different occasions... I tested multiple times because my son got up with a stuffy nose multiple times... all of them were elevated. The first was 2.5 hours before my usual testing time, after only 2 hours of sleep. The second was up even higher, 2.5 hours AFTER my usual testing time after 2.5 hours of sleep. The third was still elevated after another hour of sleep, so 3.5 hours of sleep but 3.5 hours after when I usually test. All three were elevated higher than any temp from the lats two weeks, making me think I ovulated yesterday...
Its usually 12-36 hours after your first positive, however it can only be confirmed by a temp elevation. So from what you said you ovulated at some point between the time you took your first + OPK and when you took your temp that was elevated. GL hope you caught your eggy.