Saturday, March 7, 2009

Dark blue line

Oh yeah, baby... "The surge" finally decided to join us this morning. (And I can see now that there's no way to really mix up this line and the ones I had the other day. No comparison.)

So my new question is... If I'm ovulating like 4 days late, when can I test?? Anyone know if this just means my luteal phase will be shorter or if it means I wouldn't get a positive until later than I expect?

5 comments:

Amy said...

I ovulated at various times (from 10-26 days into my cycle) but my luteal phase was always a consistent 13 days. I think it's most common for people to have consistent luteal phases, even if ovulation itself isn't consistent.

Amy said...

Oooh, and I would love to hear about your experience with induction. I'm pretty freaked out about it!

Yaya said...

Did you do clomid this cycle? That make you O later. Are you doing progesterone this cycle? That makes period come later. It all works out in the end!

gallerygirl said...

Glad you finally got your positive. Amy hit the nail on the head with her response to your questions. GL!

expectingamiracle said...

Sweet! I'm glad you've got the OPKS figured out.
I usually had about a 12 day luteal phase, regardless of when in my cycle I Oed. I tended to test at 12 days past ovulation.