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24/04/2015 at 08:24
24/04/2015 at 10:46
It could be either to be honest or you could of just missed the surge..I am sure someone had the issue of missing the surge with OPKs...Will try and remember who it was!
24/04/2015 at 17:31
I used them this month and was fine but I have heard similar stories to yours when researching. Maybe message Clearblue and see if they will refund you. It won't bring back the solid smiley but they are too expensive to not work as they are supposed to.
25/04/2015 at 11:43
25/04/2015 at 11:45
27/04/2015 at 17:21
Quick copy and paste from the CB website - I assume these are the dual hormone digi's you are using? I did contact CB when I had a query and they got back to me very quickly with a good response so I reckon it's worth asking them anyway!
Seen more than 9 High Fertility days ?
If you see more than 9 High Fertility days you may wish to stop testing this cycle.
- If you started testing on the correct day for your usual cycle length and you see 9 or more days of High Fertility, it is unlikely that you will see Peak Fertility in this cycle.
- Occasionally some women have an LH surge that is too low for the test to detect or they do not ovulate during a cycle and therefore they don’t see Peak Fertility. This is not unusual and may happen in approximately 8% of cycles. If you do not see Peak Fertility for 3 consecutive cycles, we recommend you discuss this with your doctor.
07/05/2015 at 21:13
07/05/2015 at 21:14
08/05/2015 at 08:33
Sorry if I've asked this before mrslg but have you temped? Temping is the only home method to confirm ovulation and it does this by identifying an increase in temp of .4 Celsius.
09/05/2015 at 21:16
09/05/2015 at 23:02
No advice on ovulation tests as my cycles are too irregular to be of use. I temped for 12 months and it does take a bit of getting the hang of it in order to get a worthwhile chart. Your chat jumps up and down alot which means FF will not be able to read your temps and confirm ovulation accurately unfortunately. Do you take your temperature at the same time every day, immediately upon waking (ie the second the alarm goes off without moving/getting up) Mrs LG?
10/05/2015 at 07:59
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