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DH and I have a DD and DS. I did not care really what we would be blessed with, and found out DH wants another boy. SO, here's the thing... I got a + smiley face on Monday night and we DTD, then on Tuesday morning. Then I tested and it was negative. Then I was crampy, etc so I tested on a whim yesterday and another + smiley face! I confirmed it with the other first response OPK too. We DTD last night too. Has this happened to anyone before with 2 positive OPK's a couple of days apart? I am so confused and am worried (not really) that we blew our chances for a boy. Any help is apppreciated! BTW--- I did shettles when TTC DS and it worked!
For this time I did not have a BIG O, until AFTER DH was done. Hoping for blue!
I think you have a good chance at swaying for blue.
Having the big O before though is good as it makes you more alkaline however having the Big O after will help bring all the spermies up close to your egg which increases your chances of falling pregnant
Are you on a boy diet?
Thanks for your response! After I posted more happened... I was showing positive OPK's until a little after midnight on New Year's. During the day on the 31st it was positive but that night negative. Does it take awhile for it to show negative in urine? If I O'd on Saturday I think I am out because we only DTD Thursday night. Ugh, so frustrating after coming off the pill! I am definitely having weird "symptoms." Normally after I ovulate I have sore bbs for 2 days, well this is a whole week and they are heavy, and sore... Not sure here... Thanks for your input!