Our expert says:
Occasionally the use of the ovulation testing kits can be confounded by the baseline LH levels found in polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) patients. This results in a weak or faint positive line each time that you test and this can be very confusing to the average user. In the instances such as this I prefer to use ultrasound scanning with follicle tracking so as to see exactly what the response in both ovaries are at any point in the cycle and to predict ovulation much more accurately. It is impossible to say when you ovulated but the usual in this type of situation would be around about day-14 but anytime between day12 to day-16 is likely.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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