"Can I get a positive OPK and then not ovulate?
Yup! It is possible for your body to "gear up" to ovulate, leading to an LH surge-- and then, for some reason (such as stress, illness, travel, or random fluke), your body fails to release an egg. When this happens, your LH surge will dissipate and your cevical mucus (a signal of fertility) will dry up. Once the stress is resolved, your body will try again. This can happen more than once per cycle. Therefore, there is no way to be sure you ovulated, even if you had a positive OPK. OPK's are most accurate when used in conjunction with fertility charting (NFP or FAM.) That way, a positive OPK can be cross-checked with an increase in basal body temperature and/or cervical mucus dry-up."http://www.peeonastick.com/opkfaq.html#9
In other news I had ewcm today. We didn't bd yesterday or Friday but will do over the next couple of days just in case. Hayley's been nursing constantly for a couple of weeks but hardly nursed the past two days. I wonder if that's what's messing up my O?