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Submit your POSITIVE or NEGATIVE Pregnancy Tests or Ovulation Tests HERE!

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We have created a HPT (Home Pregnancy Test) Gallery as well as an OPK (Ovulation Predictor Kit) Gallery! Here, you can submit YOUR tests, we are wanting:

 

  • Positive Pregnancy Tests
  • Positive Ovulation Tests
  • Negative Pregnancy Tests
  • Negative Ovulation Tests
  • Dye Run Pregnancy Tests
  • Dye Run Ovulation Tests
  • Progression Pregnancy Tests
  • Indent Line Pregnancy Tests (The Antibody Strip)
  • Pink Dye Pregnancy Tests
  • Blue Dye Pregnancy Tests
  • False Positive Pregnancy Tests

 

HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) is the pregnancy hormone that secretes once implantation has occurred USUALLY around 7-10 days past ovulation. For those of you who are tracking fairly early, it’s always recommended to use a highly sensitive home pregnancy test around 10-25miu as it will pick up the lowest concentration of HCG during early pregnancy.

 

LH (Luteinizing Hormone) is the hormone that is constantly running through our bodies at all times. Just prior to Ovulation, it will heighten, causing it’s levels to increase and you can test positive for the increase using an OPK which *should* indicate Ovulation approaching about 12-48 hours after your first positive test. 

 

This is WHY Charting your BBT (Basal Body Temperatures) are so important. Sometimes your body can essentially *Gear Up* for ovulation – Positive OPK, Fertile Quality CM (Cervical Mucus), Fertile CP (Cervical Position), etc. And you may not actually ovulate. Your BBT will CONFIRM whether or not this happens as the Follicular Phase tends to be dominated by Estrogen (which causes the lower temps temps) and the Luteal Phase tends to be dominated by Progesterone (which is a heat induced hormone which causes the higher temps) and is needed to sustain a healthy potential pregnancy.

 

We do ENCOURAGE you to Submit your Pregnancy or Ovulation Tests HERE for our Galleries!

 

YOU CAN SUBMIT THEM VIA EMAIL, FACEBOOK MESSENGER, INSTAGRAM OR TWITTER!

 

 

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Many of us going through the TTC (Trying To Conceive) journey – tend to chart the (TTC Basics) such as BBT (Basal Body Temperature), (Cervical Mucus), and (Cervical Position) – along with tracking our LH (Luteinizing Hormone) with the use of OPKs (Ovulation Predictor Kits).

So, what is a BBT? It’s your body’s temperature at rest.

For starters, (for those of you who are new to this whole process) you’ll want to get a BBT (Basal Body Thermometer) which is a very special kid of thermometer that can actually be extremely sensitive to minor changes and read up to .01 of a degree. For example, instead of 98.6 – it would read at 98.63, being able to distinguish the most minor changes. During your LP (Luteal Phase) your BBT will be lower due to the hormone Estrogen that essentially dominates that part of your cycle – the time from your period until Ovulation occurs. 

Post Ovulation your BBT will be higher due to the heat-inducing hormone that is needed to sustain a healthy pregnancy known as Progesterone. Exactly how much it falls and rises varies from one woman to the next, but the changes are fairly subtle and may be tenths of a degree. 

This is WHY it is so extremely important to make sure you have the right thermometer, that can detect these subtle changes, as you may be one of the many that cannot detect ovulation properly without one. 

Your BBT and CM is considered to be your MAIN fertility sign, and other factors such as CP and OPKs can be considered secondary factors, as (unfortunately) your CP can move into different positions throughout the day – so it’s highly recommended to check that only once a day, whereas you’re encouraged to check your CM frequently throughout the day – recording only the most fertile type of fluid you observe. 

Also, an OPK alone only indicates a potentially fertile phase, whereas BBT can confirm precisely when Ovulation takes place. Sometimes your body can, “Gear up,” – Positive OPK, fertile quality CM, CP, etc. It’s truly hard to know without the help of BBT, and/or Blood work/scans, to confirm whether or not Ovulation has actually taken place, whether it was, “A,” surge – or, “The,” surge.

We do highly push and recommend temping for those very reasons.

We decided to create a Chart Gallery on this website, so if you’re interested in submitting your COMPLETED Chart – be sure and fill out the following information when you do so. (Located up above on the header) We are creating a doc inside our Facebook group where you can very easily submit your charts. You can also submit your completed charts via email, by filling out this form.

 

 

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