maureen

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February 27th, 2011, 5:46 pm #1

maybe you could use the First Response Fertility Test in conjunction with the OPKs? http://www.firstresponse.com/fertilityTest.asp

I'm not sure what the threshold is for detecting the FSH with this test but you could always call and find out.

I used this test early on and it always came out negative (meaning my FSH was ok) but then again, my FSH has never been higher than 14.
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maureen
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February 27th, 2011, 6:00 pm #2

I forgot that test was out there. I'll have to give it a whirl next momth.

Thanks for sharing!
Maureen
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Joined: August 24th, 2007, 3:46 am

February 27th, 2011, 6:50 pm #3

maybe you could use the First Response Fertility Test in conjunction with the OPKs? http://www.firstresponse.com/fertilityTest.asp

I'm not sure what the threshold is for detecting the FSH with this test but you could always call and find out.

I used this test early on and it always came out negative (meaning my FSH was ok) but then again, my FSH has never been higher than 14.
I flunked that test MAJORLY and still conceived so I'm not sure it is really worth it weight in gold. If anything it was very discouraging/depressing and we almost didn't try based on the result. Glad we did though!!

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Lindy
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February 27th, 2011, 7:04 pm #4

flunked it on the month you conceived? (n/t)
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Anna
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February 27th, 2011, 7:44 pm #5

maybe you could use the First Response Fertility Test in conjunction with the OPKs? http://www.firstresponse.com/fertilityTest.asp

I'm not sure what the threshold is for detecting the FSH with this test but you could always call and find out.

I used this test early on and it always came out negative (meaning my FSH was ok) but then again, my FSH has never been higher than 14.
I did it on Day 3 last cycle first thing in the morning and had my blood drawn at the RE's office about an hour later. The POAS test showed high FSH and lab results were 11.7 so it was accurate in my case.

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February 27th, 2011, 9:09 pm #6

maybe you could use the First Response Fertility Test in conjunction with the OPKs? http://www.firstresponse.com/fertilityTest.asp

I'm not sure what the threshold is for detecting the FSH with this test but you could always call and find out.

I used this test early on and it always came out negative (meaning my FSH was ok) but then again, my FSH has never been higher than 14.
I flunked the otc fsh test the month I concieved as well n/t
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February 28th, 2011, 7:05 pm #7

flunked it on the month you conceived? (n/t)
I have taken that test a number of times (glutton for punishment) and have NEVER "passed".....including the month we conceived this baby.
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