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Thursday, June 21, 2012

It's 2 Line!!

Haha.
Tajuk harus propa. 
Smlm da citer buat OPK test. On CD12. *smlm tertulis CD13, sebenarnya baru CD12. Choi..lupa plak*
Today CD13.
And it's double line!

*terus mata bersinar sinar dlm toilet tu*
Wah. Igt sng nak buat test dlm toilet ofis. Time orang amik wuduk la apa la.
Sudah la guna stick tu kan. Satu hal nak kena cari bekas plak. Haha.

So, apa perlu buat ni? Apa perlu buat ni?

(ahah! walo pun seofis uols, takkan ai nak tarik asben ai trus kut. Agak2 la... sabo yer. Harap ia blum 24jam!)

Dan kali ni aku tak mengong p buang stick tu.
Esuk try lagi buat test. Dan selebihnya simpan utk next month - kalo eksperimen ini tak menjadi lah. Hihi.
Untuk itu, doakan eksperimen kali ni berhasil ya.
Sbb tanda2 ovulate cam white-egg tu takde.
Tkpe, usaha tangga kejayaan. Haha.
Utk itu saya pun doakan 'kejayaan' kawan2 yg lain juga :)
Moga ada rezeki kita. Insyaallah.

Utk Eida Baharom, kat link sini ada byk lagi gmbr2 yg OPK strips. Bleh tgk mana yg sama ngan Eida nyer.

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When to Have Sexual Intercourse After the OPK Turns Positive

This may sound like a surprise, but making love only after first getting a positive OPK may not get you pregnant at all. Ovulation can happen as early as 14 hours after the OPK first becomes positive. Let's say you test with the OPK at 8 a.m. and it was negative. Then, the OPK turns positive at 11 a.m, but you won't know because you only test once a day. So ovulation could then happen 14 hours later, at 1 a.m. the next day. But having sex after ovulation is not going to get you pregnant.
If you test once only every 24 hours you will only find out about the positiveOPK at 8 a.m. the next day, which may be too late for getting pregnant if you only have sex at that time.
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Sperm Life - How Long Do Sperm Live?
In general, sperm can live in the right environment for up to 5 days. The right environment would be inside the uterus and the cervix. In certain environments, such as the cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes sperm have a life-span of up to five days. That's why a woman can get pregnant if they ovulate within 5days after intercourse.
Most sperm, however will die within 1-2 days after ejaculation, even inside the uterus. In other environments, such as the vagina, sperm live only a few hours and outside the human body, exposed to the open air, they will usually die within minutes. 
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Question: "Dear Pat. I just received my first positive on an LH test. What does this mean? Am I ovulating? And when and how often should we make love?"

Pat: Once you receive a positive result, you may consider yourself at peak fertility! Therefore, with a positive OPK, commence the 'baby dance'. In fact, you should make love the day of the first positive, as well as the following 3 days (to be on the safe side). A positive OPK typically suggests that you will ovulate soon. Sperm can survive in a woman's body for a number of days, so lovemaking should take place so the sperm can be present when the egg descends down the fallopian tube. In sum:

• If you receive a positive result on an OPK, you are at your highest fertility level.

• A positive ovulation test tells you that that ovulation will occur within the next 12-36 hours. Time to make love.
• Make love the day your get your positive result, and over the following 3 days. Yes, this is sex on demand, but that's why there is Pre-Seed!
 Consider BBT charting as a way to confirm ovulation through the body temperature increase that takes place following ovulation (due to the rise in progesterone).
 If your partner has sperm count issues, talk to your doctor about how to time intercourse and determine the right frequency for sex.
Hopefully, this short fertility tutorial will answer some questions and help you optimize use of our products. To learn more about ovulation, fertility and bbt charting, please visit our articles section. To read more about OPK procedure (correct use and interpretation), please visit our in-depth instructional pages.

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