Binary v. Analog

I am biased, but my husband is the nerdiest man in the greatest way. Last night when discussing how I wasn’t happy about the digital ovulation tests I had, we had a discussion, which he summed up like this

“With your binary ovulation test, you are limiting your data, you need to get the analog ovulation test to improve your data set.”

Love him. I bought up&up OPK brand today (the analog version.)

Cycle day 12 ladies and gentlemen: faint, but much more information than a digital.




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