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Positive opk this morning. Ovulate tomorrow?

Me again haha. I def got a positive opk this am. that means ovulation will typically happen with 24hrs correct?

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Me again haha. I def got a positive opk this am. that means ovulation will typically happen with 24hrs correct?
12-36 hours... I would do it asap! Best of luck!!
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Re: Positive opk this morning. Ovulate tomorrow?

Yep, the sooner the better... you should have been BDing like yesterday!
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Get the groove on girl!!
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Haha we did BD yesterday and several days off and on before that so if I'm due to o tomorrow should I wait til early am (dh is up for work at 4) I know the more a guy ejaculates the less sperm is found. That's why when a guy goes in for a count they tell him to not empty for a couple days before. Lol..hope that made sense.
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Not true, that is only the case for men with low count or if you BD several times in one day. My RER says BD as much as possible once the stick is positive due to wanting more in there. So many die on the journey, the more the better. Millions or thousands, they all count.
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Here is a post I made about sperm -

The difference in sperm weight really does not have much bearing on the ability to get the egg. There are so many factors to getting into the tube that it makes the whole faster/slower theory mute.

Once in the vagina many sperm die instantly, the ones that make it to the cervix, many get lost, cannot get in, or die while trying. Once in the uterus the sperm are attacked by the immune system. This is where mass destruction takes place. Who ever escapes this carnage is left to make a choice to the right tube. Many decide the wrong tube, and the rest go the right way. This leaves very few sperm left (unless you had sex multiple times in your fertile time) to get to the egg. Then there is egg polarity that repells certain sexed sperm at certain times of the month. This could mean all the boy sperm get there but cannot get in due to repulsion of charge on the egg membrane, or vice versa.

So, not matter when you do the deed or in what position, you still have an equal opportunity for conceiving each sex. I have found in my personal experience, polarity of the egg seems to be the best way to predict gender of the resulting baby.
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Wow that's amazing. Thanks for sharing that. kind of sad though
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They don't call each child a miracle for nothing
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