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Pos ovulation test 8+ days in a row


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December 17th, 2013, 08:14 AM
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My husband and I have been ttc for about a year now. I was diagnosed with pcos in feb 2013. I have to take provera in order to start my period. If I dnt take it I dnt have one. I am also on chlomid. I started my period on thanksgiving (nov 28) it was a normal period 7 days. I took my chlomid like I was supposed to. My dr upped my dosage this month to 100mg b/c I never got a positive ovulation last month. Starting on day 12 I got a positive so I did an iui on day 12 and day 13. Then had intercourse on day 15 and 17. I have gotten a pos on my ovulation test for the past 8 days. Today is day 18 and I got another pos today. I test every morning as soon as I wake up. I'm really confused. This had never happened before. It's usually only positive for 2 days. I called my dr and the nurse acted like it was nothing and that maybe I had faulty tests. Or maybe it was false positives. I've read where some ppl that had this same problem ended up being pregnant but seeing as I just did the iui's a week ago. I would think it would be way too early. Anyone have any ideas??!?
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January 20th, 2014, 12:54 PM
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I think that you shouldn't test first thing in the morning. That can lead to false positives because the urging gets concentrated overnight. The tests say mid morning to mid afternoon.
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