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Ovulating Question, Please Help, Please......

I have been usin ovulation test sticks for the past couple of days and yeasterday the line was really dark (meaning im ovulation) and today it's not dark at all but still there (thats suppose to mean im not ovulating). So I guess im wondering if I could of only be ovulating for one day and if so is that enough to get pregnant.
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replied September 28th, 2006
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I never liked opk's. They never seemed to help me any and made me more confused than I already was about when I was ovulating. Chances are, you're probably still fertile, although, some women just have one good day out of the month and others have 3 or more. If you haven't already, you might want to look into temping and charting. It will help you pinpoint ovulation better and you won't have to rely on a piece of plastic. If you are intrested in trying it out let me know....I know a woman who is the master of temping and charting and she will be more than happy to help you...She's currently pregnant and has a lot of time on her hands!
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replied September 28th, 2006
When I first started trying to get pregnant last october, my ob/gyn told me to use opk's. And she put me on femara( fertilty drugs). I found that I couldn't ever really read those stupid sticks. So after I ended up m/c twice I was sent to a fertility specialist who also put me on femara and told me to do the temp. Charting and believe it or not I got pregnant! I am now almost 30 weeks!
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