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Ovulation all positive, pregnancy tests testimg positive on and off?

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DWLetHopeArise Fri 10-Jul-20 20:36:41

Hi everyone, I was due to Ovulate on Wednesday this week, however, when I checked OPK on Saturday last week, the test strips have been dark red, and it has stayed like that. I tested using ovulation test strips this morning and it's still very red! In the past it was only like this on ovulation day.

Ever since Monday, I have tested using pregnancy test strips using around 4 brands and they have come back positive for pregnancy. However, the funny thing is FMU has tested negative and I have tested positive at later times in the day when urine is more dilute? I am very confused as the pregancy strips have been positive, negative, positive, and they are testing negative again today. I am also sure the positive tests are not evaporation lines, since some of them are solid red lines, others are mostly pink.

Anyone been in similar situations? Could this be yhe hook effect? Ive been experiencing bloating and feel slight pulling on my lower back area, and are feeling very tired over the last three days, my boobs are also feeling some prickly tingly sensation since today.

Thanks!

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littleowlfairy Fri 10-Jul-20 21:08:39

I had this several times with my first, I wasn't sure if it was positive or not. The line physically moved when I went to the nurse because I just wasn't sure - she said she had never seen anything like it! Anyway, I just waited another week and tried again. The line was as clear as day. I now have a gorgeous healthy 3 year old.

DWLetHopeArise Fri 10-Jul-20 21:26:53

littleowlfairy

I had this several times with my first, I wasn't sure if it was positive or not. The line physically moved when I went to the nurse because I just wasn't sure - she said she had never seen anything like it! Anyway, I just waited another week and tried again. The line was as clear as day. I now have a gorgeous healthy 3 year old.

That's amazing! Very encouraging! God bless you and your beautiful child!

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