question! took clomid days 5-9 and am currently on cd 19. I FINALLY got my ++opk today. had sex last night and will do again today. How long are those opk's good? Like do I have 12 hours or 72? HELP Thank you!!
I think if you really look at the instruction it says 24-36 hours. I don't know what time of the day you did your test, but generally around mid afternoon is the best time to get an accurate reading. Hope that helps.
Me(36), DH(37), TTC 20 months,3 rounds clomid, 3 IUIs with HCG trigger/clomid all BFNs, now trying naturally
Hello safinn22 -welcome! Looks like we are at the same point in this. I am currently on cd 18. I took 50mg of clomid days 5-9 and my OBGYN said sex days 12,14, and 16. Which is apparently too early. Hoping for a opk today.
I'm sorry for your loss. Any words seem flat.
Good for you for being positive!
Me(27)DH(28)TTC 9 months, on 1st round of clomid 50mg
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