Hello , i have been useing the Ovulation test and it Digital so i dont get test reslust mix up and on the 1/3/13 i ovulated for one day i had sex that day . the next 4 days no ovulation . on sunday i test again and i was ovulatin . so i had sex again and i ovulated for 2 days had sex last night and not oculated today.. what could this mean ?? the only day i skip on haveing sex was saterday due to my husband being sick ?? could i still of gotten Pg ?
If yuo have PCOS you may be getting false positives, you only need to do the ovulation test until the 1st time you get a positive test becuase you will oveulate 24-48 hours after you test positive so as long as you had sex within 48 hours you shoud be fine. R$emeber there are only 2 days a month that a women can conceive
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