Will an OPK ALWAYS test positive if you are pregnant? I know that according to peeonastick that it will, but... is this the always the case, or are there exceptions to the rule?
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9/11/08 at 9:14am
I have some questions regarding opks as well. The nurse at my doctor's office said that I will need to start taking opks. I am on 200mg of clomid and next month they want me to take a trigger shot and possible iui and that is why they want me to do the opk. I decided to get some opks so I would understand how they work. I bought the Answer brand with twenty tests. So I took one on day 29 and the test line was definetly darker than the control line. I called my doctor and they said they wouldn't expect it but it could be possible. They said that it should be correct. The test has been the same for three days. I thought it would only be postive two days. The test says that injections can affect the test so why would they tell me to start doing them. I haven't have an injection yet. Also it says to ask your doctor how clomid can affect the test. I hate to keep calling them and asking questions. I know time will answer all the questions but I am so anxious. I don't fully understand cm because I rarely o. I do think that normally it would be creamy by day 31 but now it is clear and very watery. Any answers?