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pg at 45?

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pineapplerock Tue 30-Jun-09 18:06:31

First apologies for this as I know most of you are TRYING to get pg.

What are my chances of being pg do you think(I don't want to be).

I am 45.
Last year I did a home test for perimenopause it was positive. Last 6 months only had a period every other month plus last two were light and 'brownish' more than red.

But i still feel like i ovulate, so i did an opk test out of curiosity and had a positive lh surge on last thurs morn (25th june) and every morning until today. I had sex on the early hours of the sun morn before (20th june).

Please tell me it is unlikely, i have grown up kids.


londonlottie Tue 30-Jun-09 18:15:00

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pineapplerock Tue 30-Jun-09 18:15:32

phew i hope so

modernart Thu 02-Jul-09 11:36:46

Have you done a test?

pineapplerock Fri 03-Jul-09 09:51:53

No I havent done a test as only 8dpo. Still testing opk.(bought some as so paranoid).

So thurs,fri,sat,sun,mon,tue,wed all pos thurs neg but today is pos again.

Pretty sure i o'd on fri as had pain.
Tuesday night had pain on right side and still have it vaguely. I am going mad i am so sorry to put this on here when you all want to be pg but didnt no where else to put it.

Keep crying cos i know pos opk can mean pg

pineapplerock Fri 03-Jul-09 10:23:56

Anyone? Could there be any other reason for a pos opk?

imaynotbeperfectbutimokmummy Fri 03-Jul-09 11:00:44


LaCerbiatta Fri 03-Jul-09 11:21:26

pineapple: postive opk do not mean pregnant, they mean you've ovulated. They don't detect cinception or pregnancy, only a pregnancy test can do that.
If you had sex 5 days before ovulation then you could be pregnant.

opk: ovulation predictor kit

londonlottie Fri 03-Jul-09 12:07:09

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Angifi Sat 04-Jul-09 07:57:58

May I suggest the obvious? It is possible, so do a pregnancy test and find out for sure.

turtle23 Sat 04-Jul-09 08:08:04

There is also the possibility that your hormones are all over the place and giving you random surges. Incidentally, ovulation PAIN is not normal. It usually means something hormonally isn't quite right.
Hope you get the result you wat!

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