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170935 tn?1225371076 Question....LH Surge mean u Pregnant????
1595436 tn?1297280346 I disgaree that OPKs are the most accurate way to determine ovulation. These tests detect your LH surge (lutein hormone). If you test in the morning and you don't get a surge until the evening you're going to miss that you even had the surge. I find more women confused and frustrated with them, plus they cost money. But you definitely do need to figure out when you ovulate. You can try the OPKs and see how you like them for yourself.
384150 tn?1399904816 My understanding is that you can. The LH hormone surge means your body is getting ready to ovulate, but sometimes it can "back down", kinda change its mind. You hear sometimes of women getting a positive OPK twice in one month. I was also using OPK's, and have successfully conceived with them 3 times now. Even though they say not to bother testing after getting a positive, in April I did anyway, and it stayed positive for 3 days...
522984 tn?1299509081 On cd13 had a positive ovulation test the test line was the same color as the control line but on cd14 the test line was darker than the control line, the instructions say its positive when its the same or darker, so would cd14 be the lh surge since its darker or cd13 since it was the first positive?
Avatar f tn You are saying you had a normal period, followed by a normal period, and then when your test kit said you were having an LH surge, only 2 days after that you had an hCG level of 190? One possible explanation is that the 190 represents a number that is going down, not up (i.e., a chemical pregnancy that has left its traces in your bloodstream on the way out the door), with the LH surge being your body's response to try to get you pregnant right away afterward.
216278 tn?1308861082 Nothing is shore, but if you had ovulation test-and you tried...then the answer could be-yes you might be pregnant. I had my test this month and we tried but I got my period earlier-don't know why, but that's life....probably. Just stay positive and keep trying!!!!!! Good luck!!!!
377493 tn?1356502149 Is it possible that was actual ovulation, and I ovulated that late after LH surge? I have gotten pregnant twice before BDing only 2 days in a row from LH surge, but am wondering after 2 back to back miscarriages if it could have changed my ovulation/surge time so dramatically. What do you guys think?
1270043 tn?1320699188 i dnt think the fight with your husband cause the stop of lh surge i just think that wanting to get pregnant so badly is causes the process longer and freaking difficult. my advice? just have sex, enjoy it and let everything run its course by itself :) good luck!
Avatar f tn Hi faithawke, everyone ovulates differently and it's not always at the "14 day" mark. If you got a positive LH surge result from the kit then it should have been right. Some months are just unlucky months. You could try using the predictor kits and when you think it's getting close to your LH surge (can usually tell from the darkness of the lines), start the babymaking, so maybe do babymaking a few nights before LH surge and during, cover all angles. Hang in there!
Avatar n tn I am 37 years old and I have been trying to get pregnant for about 8 months now. I have a very regular cycle (26-27 days). I've been trying to take my temperature every morning and test for LH-surge starting day 8 of my cycle. My temperature doesn't spike real high after the LH-surge (maybe 0.4 degrees Celsius max), so I haven't been able to really figure out the time of my ovulation by using my body-temperature.
Avatar f tn Alright, I'll try and be as concise as humanly possible. My husband and I are trying to concieve. I have been off the pill for 2 months. We are having unprotected sex every 2nd or 3rd night. We are using to help us predict my ovulation dates "First Response Fertility Test". I "believed" I was on a 28 day menstrual cycle so we began testing on Saturday, September 26th, 2009. I still haven't tested positive for an LH Surge (meaning no ovulation yet).
Avatar f tn dawn- Kele asked good question. How do you know you are not ovulating because a LH surge lets you know you are about to ovulate usually 24 to 48 hours after the surge?
Avatar f tn ( My blood work should I had my LH surge yesterday morning (I always find out the results the day after my blood work when I go in for the next day's blood work). Well, we did not BD last night - DARNIT!!! We BD all the days before and we will BD tonight and onward. But we missed BD'ing the night of my LH surge. I'm kicking myself but I just was not feeling well (had a migraine).
307487 tn?1269604927 The sad thing about pregnancy is 1 out of 3 end in miscarriage and most of the time that is before the women even knew she was pregnant. I know that you have a LH surge during ovulation but it shouldn't be enough to register on a pregnancy test. The only real way to get a false positive is if you are taking fertility drugs which it doesn't sound like you were.
Avatar n tn Day 23 sparked my only morning surge and no afternoon one since now,but every morning the lh surge sticks are as dark as the line.(day 26) Due for period on Friday.Why do I keep having such strong morning ones still?When did I actually ovulate? I have a 28/29 day cycle.I showed no lh surges at all until day 21 with the reference line as dark as the test line.
628735 tn?1273875777 I was looking to see it there was a chance that the OPK is picking up hCG. I got another very dark OPK today and cant understand what it would be so dark after I had a serge of LH with that positive yesterday. here is what I found... let me know what your thought are on this! Home pregnancy tests work by detecting the presence of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, HCG. Today's home pregnancy tests can detect HCG in the urine of pregnant women even before a period is missed.
Avatar n tn Two lines the same color on most ovulation tests indicates your LH surge. The LH surge usually occurs 24-36 hours before the egg is actually released. My Reproductive Endocrinologist says to have sex the day you surge (that is, the day the ovulation test is positive) and also the following day. You can maybe time it all more precisely next cycle, if needed, but in the meantime, why not try again tonight too.
449498 tn?1338772039 I thought that is was possible to have more than one LH surge in a cycle, since the your body can gear up for ovulation several times, which could give you several false LH surges before producing the true surge that releases the egg. That's why I used to have the BD way before the stick said yes and also way after. Basically, we did the BD until I saw a temperature spike. (which I never did since I didn't ov until getting on hormones.
Avatar n tn I have done the Answer 20 day ovulation testing to detect and LH surge and all results were negative. I have also taken pregnancy tests just to be sure and they were negative also. Do I need to seek medical help? Can I be ovulating with no period or LH surge detected?
1117851 tn?1262123315 I have been tracking my ovulation with the Clearblue Easy Fertility Monitor as well as using the Clearblue Easy daily testing sticks. My cycles are about 32 days long, but I get a positive LH reading usually on day 14 of my cycle. My husband and I have had intercourse on both day 14 and 15, but still have not managed to get pregnant. We do have a 1 year old daughter, so this method did work for us once before. I'm not sure why it isn't working now.
Avatar f tn The FIRST RESPONSE® Daily Ovulation Test is over 99% accurate in laboratory studies in detecting the luteinizing hormone (LH) surge in your urine. The LH surge indicates when you're most fertile and likely to conceive. Each FIRST RESPONSE® Daily Ovulation Test Kit contains twenty testing sticks for a full month of testing. The FIRST RESPONSE® Daily Ovulation Test makes it easy to identify your LH surge.
1865930 tn?1325519401 I bought the clear blue ovulation test, the one that shows high fertility and peak. I started getting the flashing smileys on day 10 and got them everyday until I ran out of tests. I felt pregnant so I took a urine test and it was negative. I continued to have symptoms so I took a blood test and it was negative.
650416 tn?1274711495 I just wanted to add that when the egg is in the process of being released the hormone(LH) is being released in the body, so at that point you would have a strong positive LH surge, then you will have a strong surge after the egg is released and about 10-12 hours after that, which could be a total of 3 days.