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I gather there are many out there, I have really only seen the expensive Clear Plan one at the grocery store. Are they worth it? I already chart but haven't had success for 6 months of TTC. When you buy one, how long does it last?
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according to our embryonologist friend...a brand called ovu-quick is the best. But it is way expensive and hard to get, and apparently you need to actually BE a chemist to make it work. So...he told me the next best one was the clear plan. In the pink box, with the baby on the front. There are 7 tests in it. The target by my house has them for $17.00/7 pack. I had to go through two last month. But I had a surge!! So I was pleased with it. I fyou have regular cycles you should only need one pack.
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I really like clearplan. But I've had no problems with the cheap opks either.
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