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If you've been experiencing high fertility with a flashing smiley face on an ovulation test for several days and haven't detected a peak yet, a few possibilities could be considered:
Irregular Ovulation: The length of your menstrual cycle can vary, and not everyone ovulates exactly on the 14th day of their cycle. If you have a longer cycle, it's possible that ovulation is occurring later.
Missed LH Surge: It's possible that the ovulation test missed detecting the LH surge. Consider testing more frequently, especially as you approach the expected time of ovulation.
Testing Time: Make sure you are testing at the same time each day, and it's generally recommended to test in the afternoon or evening.
Stress or Illness: Factors such as stress or illness can impact the regularity of the menstrual cycle and the timing of ovulation.
Cycle Variability: Some degree of cycle variability is normal. If your cycles are consistently irregular or if you have concerns, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized guidance.
Since you have a 32-day cycle, you might expect ovulation to occur around the middle of your cycle, approximately on day 16-18. However, individual variations can occur.
If you continue to experience prolonged high fertility without a detected peak, or if you have concerns about your fertility, it's recommended to seek advice from a healthcare provider or a fertility specialist for further evaluation and guidance tailored to your specific situation.