Negative OPK but could I still be pregnant?

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Moonshine160 Sat 20-Nov-21 18:45:37

I’ve have ordered two FRERs from Amazon to arrive tomorrow as the last two days I’ve been convinced that I’m pregnant. I’m currently 13/14DPO and I’m getting the same symptoms as I was when I was pregnant with DS. I feel lousy and I don’t usually have much of a sense of smell at all and everything smells overpowering and is making me feel nauseous. My right boob is also very sore which isn’t a usual PMS symptom for me.
I stupidly did an OPK tonight (just felt the urge to pee on some sort of stick) and although there were two lines it wasn’t anywhere near a positive. I’ve read a lot of stories about people detecting pregnancy through very positive OPKs so now I feel really disappointed and convinced that I’m not pregnant now.
Did anyone get an negative OPK but went on to get a positive pregnancy test?

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mummyjojo19 Sat 20-Nov-21 18:55:58

Do you have a pic of the opk hun? Xx

Moonshine160 Sat 20-Nov-21 19:43:47

@mummyjojo19 I don’t unfortunately, I’ve thrown it. There was a line there but nowhere near as dark as the control line

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Jessmary94 Sat 20-Nov-21 21:05:34

No advice, but just wanted to say good luck! Let us no how you get on tomorrow xx

Moonshine160 Sun 21-Nov-21 08:33:42

@Jessmary94 I will. Thank you

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TinaYouFatLard Sun 21-Nov-21 14:33:42

Sorry but I’m fairly certain an OPK will be positive if you are pregnant.

PossiblyPertunia Sun 21-Nov-21 16:07:10

I've never had a positive OPK when I've been pregnant at any stage, so I don't really think you can read in to it!


Moonshine160 Sun 21-Nov-21 16:16:53

Just took a pregnancy test and it’s a BFN sad onto the next cycle.

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hanma90 Thu 25-Nov-21 18:03:35

I'm 3 days roughly away from period but have blazing positive ovulation strips ! Help this is my first time and no idea what's right and wrong

mummyjojo19 Thu 25-Nov-21 18:29:12

@hanma90 have you tried a pregnancy test? Xx

hanma90 Thu 25-Nov-21 18:47:47

@mummyjojo19 I'm reluctant to try a pregnancy test, this is my first time testing

mummyjojo19 Thu 25-Nov-21 18:50:53

If I had got those and was close to af I would deffo not be able to hold off x

hanma90 Thu 25-Nov-21 19:01:04

@mummyjojo19 oh believe I want to but I've had negatives after late periods and it's just heart breaking ... never been oregnant before so I'm just scared of the outcome

hanma90 Thu 25-Nov-21 19:19:57

@mummyjojo19 have you seen that sometimes it does result in pregnancy to ? Like how accurate is this ?

mummyjojo19 Thu 25-Nov-21 19:22:28

I don't know how accurate it is but another 2 ladies that have had similar did the test the same day and got bfp x

hanma90 Thu 25-Nov-21 19:46:12

@mummyjojo19 oh thank you , so nervous may just wait and see if period arrives before testing . So scared of disappointment this is our first if it's bfp, I'm excited at the same time... never used ovulation tests and this month just thought we would give it ago and then nothing seem to be darker than the control line up until now and I know my period if roughly due in a few days, my last one was 31st October which was actually 5 days late , usually regular but it was quite heavy, sorry if too much info 🤦🏼‍♀️ but we just thought this cycle try these tests and I just thought oh I'll do it again and that was the outcome and of course I thought what !?!?!?! How is this possible lol... and I've been frantic since , thinking about it all the time and googling for similar stories . Thank you for a kind response to and being helpful xx

mummyjojo19 Thu 25-Nov-21 19:51:07

Well I have everything crossed for you and please keep us posted smile xxx

hanma90 Thu 25-Nov-21 19:53:49

@mummyjojo19 I will and thank you again , it's just nice to talk to someone about it and get views and other people's experiences especially when I've never been through it before .... a few days time and I'll be back with an update! Oh I really hope so xxx

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