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November 1st, 2010, 12:22 PM
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So it has been three months since I got my IUD out and one month since I started dramatically reducing breastfeeding. No sign of AF. I have been using OPKs everyday and at first nothing only one line. Then lately two lines but still no positive. Then today I got a positive! So do you think it might be real? Or a false do the fact my son still breastfeeds twice a day?
I haven't seen any EWCM but the test says positive. And if I do BD for how many days should I and when can I test for pregnancy? 14 days after this positive or what? I am kinda excited! I hope its real!!!!!
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June 14th, 2011, 03:55 PM
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It is not that breastfeeding causes a false +OPK.... but just b/c you get a +OPK doesn't necessarily mean you will deffinately ovulate. OPK's show a surge in LH which means your body is trying to ovulate. IF it really does ovulate you should "spit" that egg out in the next 24-48 hours after the positive test. Depending on which type of HPT you use, you may see a positive if pregnant as little as 10-12 days after your +OPK.

oops.... just noticed the date of this thread.... my bad... oh well.
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