Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:09 am
This same thing happened to me! My DH was convinced that this shouldn't happen, so he read the manual and somewhere in there it says that if you get a bunch of days of high in a row without getting a peak, you should stop for the month. I'm sorry I forgot how many days in a row it is. I would say in the future, if you get 6 days or high without a peak, just stop testing for the month. This can be caused by several factors:
1. You missed a day. I think this is what happened in your case because your missed day was so close to O time. This happened to me once.
2. You had an anovulatory cycle which can occur once or even twice a year for a typical woman due to one month of low FSH or one month where ovaries don't respond like they are supposed to.
3. You may have oversauturated the test sticks. This also happened to me once before I realized I was making this mistake.
I hope this helps. And hopefully this was just a fluke/mistake with the tests and you still ovulated. Hoping you get a BFP in the next few days!!!