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shipperssss Tue 16-Aug-16 10:52:22

Hi, we are trying the SMEP plan this month so I am using OPK's. This is the first time I've used them...

I am on CD10, and I don't know if my OPK is positive or not? I have attached a picture of what came up within 2 mins.


physicskate Tue 16-Aug-16 10:58:57

I reckon that the non-control line could get a touch darker, but I would count that as a positive.

shipperssss Tue 16-Aug-16 11:03:45

Thanks physicskate

Do you think if we dtd next three days like suggested by SMEP we may have ovulation covered this month? And then every other day after that for good luck? Ha

We are supposed to be just seeing what happens, but I don't do casual trying blush

MmmMalbec Tue 16-Aug-16 18:25:13

I think you'll get a proper positive tomorrow. I usually get one like that where it's so very close but not totally there and then the next day the test line is darker than the control line. But I would start DTD every night from today just in case it doesn't get any darker and if it does then there's definitely no harm in doing an extra day!

danigrace Tue 16-Aug-16 20:20:05

I'd class that as positive and get dtd put keep opking over the next week incase you get a darker one. I got what I thought was a positive on CD11 (almost as dark as control) and then lines faded but then CD15 got a strong positive coupled with ov pain etc. and according to my temps the latter was my true ov date.

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