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Positive OPK and concieving

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Natalie2900 Sun 11-Sep-16 16:59:00

Hi there,
So my fiancée and I have been trying for a baby for a few months now.
I have regular cycles 30/31 days. I haven't thought you track ovulation with the tests but I have this month and I have ovulated on day 13 which I didn't think I would seeing as my cycle is 30 days.
I am so upset because I held of dtd until when I thought I would ovulating ( well a few days before ) . Well on Saturday morning we dtd.. Twice then they afternoon I took a opk one sainsburys own and a clear blue I had my smiley face! Have I missed my chances this month? Because we didn't do it before ovulation?
In the photo I attached the first clear blue one was a smiley the second one I took today wasn't a smiley but it looks as if they are both still positive for day 14 which is today. I will test again tonight and see what it's like. Are two days of positive mean I haven't ovulated yet??
I've also started taking pregnacare and read bad reviews saying people had late
Ovulation, I'm so glad they haven't affected me in that way.
Also started using conceive plus which I feel has really helped the PH balance of my cm.

So anyway' if anybody can take a look at my photos of my opk and give me their opinions on whether day 14 is still a positive and I haven't yet ovulated?? ( can you still get postive after you've ovulated?)
Thanks xxxxxx

haveacupoftea Sun 11-Sep-16 17:16:34

Hi, ovulation takes place 12-24 hours after the surge. The egg is viable for a further 12-24 hours after that. So you are covered from dtd yesterday smile

Natalie2900 Sun 11-Sep-16 17:23:26

Would it any good dtd today seeing as the opk looks positive for today aswell? Xxx

Natalie2900 Sun 11-Sep-16 19:02:30

Just did another test with sainsburys opk and clear blue and had a smiley face!

Dazedandconfusedtoomuchpeppa Sun 11-Sep-16 19:33:19

It wouldn't do any harm to dtd today but as sperm can live 3-5 days yesterday was still a fertile day. Good luck flowers

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