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    Confused 2 different results please help
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    An_243965 posted:
    I took an ovulation test today the first one came back that i was ovulating then tonight i took another an it was negative im confused. can someone please help me?
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    blueeyebaby responded:
    Some people get a short lh surge which would be what you got this morning. Once it is close to their O time, some women need to test 2 times a day so they catch the positive opk. Some like me have a long surge where it lasts 24 hours so I rarely miss it testing once a day. It doesn't matter how long the lh surge is, you should O 24-36 hours after your positive opk test. So if you didn't bed last night....get to it girl!!!

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