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Confused?? Can you have a look please?

(7 Posts)
Hotpinkangel19 Tue 11-Apr-17 05:03:50

Came off Cerazette: 26/2
AF was 23/3
Thought I ov'd around 2-3rd April.
(Dark looking OPK)
Then 7/8th April it started to go dark again.
Bought new OPK's today - blue tests on second photo, darker again!!!! I haven't got a clue what's going on! My darkest OPK was March, so thinking I ov'd on 12-13th March. I don't know what to think 🙁

Oysterbabe Tue 11-Apr-17 07:22:12

The blue tests are all negative. It's normal to always get a line and this can vary in darkness. Many people get a second surge around the time their period is due. The only tests that look close to positive are the middle ones of the green tests.

Hotpinkangel19 Tue 11-Apr-17 08:35:30

Thank you. I didn't know that they could vary in colour, I was worried that I wasn't ovulating and my body kept trying x

Roseandbee Tue 11-Apr-17 08:50:48

Were you testing more than once a day? You can sometimes miss your surge by not testing at the right time of day, I find mine usually show up most in the afternoon not the morning.

Hotpinkangel19 Tue 11-Apr-17 11:25:06

I think I've totally messed up this cycle!!! 🙈 I was testing up to 3 times a day but I never got one positive!!!! I either ovulated on 2-3 April or 7th April.... they were both dark but not positive so I could have missed my surge on either 🙁 my last period started on 23rd March for 5 days, What's the best ovulation calculator to use? X

Simirent Wed 12-Apr-17 18:04:00

I don't use OPK for this reason to bloody confusing trying to figure out a positive from a negative lol confused

Hotpinkangel19 Wed 12-Apr-17 20:30:05

@Simirent I'm hopeless at the OPK's!!!!

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