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obvious thermal shift, but
jjleahsmommy84 posted:
still having cm and + OPKs, what gives?? Did I O or not?? I'm not sure FF will confirm an O with me still getting + OPKs will it? Here's my chart. Please tell me what you think. Also, been having some mild cramping today and I had noticable O pains yesterday. What does it all mean?

I have a "feeling" (and my feelings are usually right, look at last cycle, I "knew" something was wrong) that I released two eggs this time. It seems that all my research on the matter is pointing that way. So if that's the case, could that be causing the "fertile" symptoms when temps say I've already O'd?? I'm confused.
hoping2bxpecting responded:
FF needs 3 days after O before they will confirm, but usually it doesn't matter how many +OPKs you have. They say to stop using the OPKs after you get a +, because your surge can last from 12-36 hours. FF will go by all of your info (CM, OPK, and temps) and decipher depending on your O detection method and will usually go by the temp shift and use the OPK and CM info to cross-check and give a solid line (instead of the dotted line like I have right now).
jjleahsmommy84 responded:
thanks. I'm not taking the OPKs everyday to see if I'm fertile. I'm taking them to see when I'll get a negative one again. This is day four and I've tested twice a day every day, all pos! And I got five neg tests before I started getting pos's so I know that they are really pos! It's baffling me!
hoping2bxpecting responded:
I wish I could have that luck, I can't seem to get a +OPK for the life of me. When I'm testing they all come back neg and then when I give up figuring O will be much later......I miss it and don't know until after the O. I think I might buy a bunch from or something, cause I keep getting the 20 pack Answer strips and with my cycles being so long I don't want to use them all at once and still miss the O, so I hold off for a few days and even then still miss the O.
blablagirl responded:
have you tried thermal testing and diagnosis ??

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