Hi everyone! I know there are tons of posts on this but I wanted to introduce myself too. We aren't actively TTC but we're only using the pull out method and would gladly welcome a baby. So here's my "cycle story"
It's been 36 days since my last period started. My average for the last 6 month is only 33 days and the longest I've gone is 34 days. I took a pg test on Monday (28 days) and again today but both were BFN. I had terrible allergies all month and sneezed so much my abs hurt but about 2 weeks after my last period when I sneezed I would have a sharp, stabbing pain on the left where I assume my ovary is on that side. It would double me over but the pain would stop after a minute or two. It went away after a few days (when I stopped sneezing). Since then I haven't had any of my normal PMS symptoms or any pregnancy symptoms (other than the late period). So where is AF? I don't track/chart my ovulation but I do pay close attention to my cm and everything seemed normal this month. Could my sneeze pain have been an ovarian cyst (I've never had one) that is now delaying AF?
I would have thought O pains too but it only hurt when I sneezed. I've never felt O pains before, not like that. So that's why I assumed it was a cyst. Everything I've read on the Internet says a doc can't really do anything unless you have severe symptoms and honestly I'd rather waste money on HPTs that come out negative than a doc that tells me "it's a cyst and we can't help you"...lol. At least that leaves me with some hope that there will be a happy outcome!
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