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Ovulation tests positive, pregnancy tests negative. What could be causing this?

I started spotting jan 3rd until jan 13th when I started bleeding and I have taken 7 ovulation tests in the past 13 days and all have came up positive but the pregnancy test have came up negative I had the sticky discharge and pain of ovulation on the 21st so i took my 1st ovulation test it was positive. today is day 14 still positive on the 7th ovulation test but 5 hpts are neg is something wrong with me
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Ovulation kits actually measures elevataed levels of LH. After that usually in around 24 to 48 hours the ovum will release. And if you had unprotected intercourse around this period then there is possibility for pregnancy.
But as all your ovulation kits showed positive results, there is possibility of hormonal imbalance.
And there is possibility of condition called lutenised unruptured follicle.
So once consult gynecologist and get evaluated regarding these.
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Take care.

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