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tinkerbell999 Thu 23-Jul-20 11:47:00

These are my results first time testing I'm bleeding though heard could be ovulation bleeding but never had this before ?

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coffeewithmilk Thu 23-Jul-20 11:54:30

I've not used that particular brand of OPK, but it looks positive. The line needs to be as dark or darker than the control line which it is.
Not heard of ovulation bleeding so unsure on that one.

tinkerbell999 Thu 23-Jul-20 11:56:33

I thought I had a vvvvf positive last week and then on Monday I stated bleeding I bought these to stop me taking preg tests never used them before and it came up straight away had a positive last night so do I need to get it on now ? Does ovulation only last 24 hours then ? Hope I haven't missed x so confused with my body as I've had 5 miscarriages prior to this x

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coffeewithmilk Thu 23-Jul-20 12:08:38

Have you taken a pregnancy test? Opks can usually be very positive if they detect hcg too.
Usually when you get a positive on an OPK, it means you will ovulate within 24-48hours

tinkerbell999 Thu 23-Jul-20 12:12:10

I took one the day after I started bleeding and was negative week before was a vvvf line so when I started bleeding I thought must be another chemical but surely if it was I wouldn't be ovulating so confusing .. attatched the faint positive then it turned negative x

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tinkerbell999 Thu 23-Jul-20 12:28:50

coffeewithmilk

Have you taken a pregnancy test? Opks can usually be very positive if they detect hcg too.
Usually when you get a positive on an OPK, it means you will ovulate within 24-48hours


I'm new to ovulation testing so I wasent sure why positive when I'm bleeding x

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coffeewithmilk Fri 24-Jul-20 16:29:47

That looks like a positive pregnancy test. A faint line is still a line.
Go buy a first response pregnancy test if you can and take that. If it is positive, then you are definitely pregnant. I would then consult your gp in regards to the bleeding x

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