Lh Surge And Not Pregnant

Helen asks…

could i be pregnant ovulating?

okay i allways track my ovulation with a clear monitor and i allways ovulate i got my las period on the 15 of july and im suppose to get it on the 15 of aug because im very exact so this month i tacked my lg surge and it did not go up could this be because im allready pregnant even though i got my period last month on scheule oh and my temp is allways 97.6 someone please give me some advise thanks

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

If you are pregnant and take an LH test then it will come back positive. So, you probably aren’t pregnant. Most likely you either missed the LH surge–some women can’t catch it on the LH tests, or you didn’t ovulate this cycle. Wait and see if your period comes and then you will know for sure that you ovulated.

Mandy asks…

Can i get pregnant two days after LH was detected?

Hi every one, my name is pamela. i’ve been trying to get pregnant and im using the clear blue ovulation kit. my cycle is 37 days. and a luteal phase of 15-16 days. last time i got my period was on march 4 2007. LH was detected on saturday 24 2007(after noon). i had sex with my fiance on monday morning @ 6:00. we had un protected sex and i was woundering if finally i can become pregnant. im supposed to get my next period april 11 2007 and i have’nt felt anything like it (i usually do by now). if any one can please help me. thnak u very much.

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

The LH surge that OPKs detect happens 24-48 hours before ovulation. It’s quite possible that if you detected your surge on Saturday and had sex on Monday, especially if you had fertile cervical fluid (egg white mucous) that you could become pregnant.

While you’re waiting to find out, do remember that early pregnacy symptoms are very similar to PMS, and it’s really impossible to tell from the symptoms, or lack of symptoms whether you are or aren’t. A pregnancy test around two weeks after ovulation, when you expect your period, is really the only guarantee.

Good luck.

Sandy asks…

No LH Surge detected from OPK but fertile CM.?

Is it possible that an OPK will not detect an LH surge but I could still be ovulating anyway? I’ve been testing with the opk for a week now (all negative results) but my CM is fertile. What could this be?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Some opk test are not good to use….answers is one of them. Try this site:

http://www.essentialconceptionguide.com/preg-secrets-ovulation.pdf

It really helped me out and now 5 weeks pregnant with #2

Good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nancy asks…

TTC……hoping to be pregnant?

Symptoms:
AF 5 days late
Dizzy
Nausea
Vomiting
Bloated
Heartburn
VERY frequent urination
Tired ( I can not stay awake!)
Abdominal cramping (not bad)
Fluttering / vibrating feeling in uterus
Back ache
Breast tenderness
Constipation

I tested 2 days late and 4 days late….both negative.

What do you think are the chances of pregnancy here?
Yes I am monitoring ovulation with calender and CM.

Yesterday I noticed big blue veins on my boobs and chest….My skin almost looks translucent.
Funny enough….my one friend had positive test and when she did blood work the blood came back negative…she has a healthy baby girl. My sisters friend had positive blood work and never had a positive on home pregnancy test.

I will give it a few more days and then I’ll test again and see what happens.

I also know you should test about every 3 days, as the hormone doubles about every 2 days.

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

Hi,
Were you monitoring your ovulation/LH surge? If so, when was it?

I’m in a similar situation, but I don’t have vomiting..Heard that a blood test would be the most accurate test to confirm if you are pregnant or not.

Lizzie asks…

Am i pregnant or not ?

okay so i took a what i thought was a pregnancy test but i read its an ovulating test , it say No LH surge , what does this mean ? im not sure does this mean im pregnant or not ?

Pregnancy Advisor’s answers:

An ovulation test won’t tell you if you’re pregnant or not. That’s why it’s an OVULATION test. Not a pregnancy test. Good god. Just take a pregnancy test or go to the doctor.

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