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    EWCM or + OPK!
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    fatsammers posted:
    I just have a question about opk's. I had EWCM on oct 4th,5th and got a postive opk on the 7th. Which is more accurate on when I o'd. Im just confused when to start counting my dpo. Ive been counting dpo as saturday the day after my positive opk or is having EWCM a more accurate way to tell Im ovulating. Also I have the first response early tests and Im not sure when to test? They say 6 days b4 your period and my period is due the 20th cause its been cd25 lately so do I go by that or my dpo? If I go by 6 days b4 my period I would be 7dpo. Im very impatient! =)Thanks and this is my 1st time posting on here=)
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