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Category: Fertility Aids

Asked by Churchgirl

Q: So confused, CD 6 faint+, help!

I am officially confused. This is my first month using OPKs, actually my first couple of days. Yesterday, my first OPK was very faintly positive! I just finished AF for sake. Even darker this morning. I know it's not a full blown positive but could I ovulate this soon? Will I have faint lines for the next 10 days? This has caught me off guard. Please respond

This question was asked Apr. 6, 2012 7:53am
Category: Fertility Aids

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Answered by Churchgirl - Apr. 6, 2012 11:03am
Very helpful, thank you!

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Answered by a member - Apr. 6, 2012 10:21am
Your body normally has some amount of LH in it so you may always see 2 lines on OPKs. OPKS are either positive or negative (there are no "faint" positives on those). For an OPK to be positive the test line must be as dark or darker than the control line. And yes, some ladies do ovulate early in their cycles.

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Answered by a member - Apr. 6, 2012 9:35am
I always have 2 lines throughout my whole cycle...thats why its best to use the ones with the smiley face!

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Answered by a member - Apr. 6, 2012 9:04am
There is a chart online that tells you when to take these tests depending on the number of days in your cycle. You should check that out. Testing too early is just not good for the emotions.

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