Well I was a very lucky lady and got away with a very short and fuss free period this month, but last night I had some serious cramps going on! I feel quite constipated so I am not sure if that is relevant but the pain was really low down, I would say a good two inches below my belly button. The weird thing is that it was most definitely in the middle so I dont think it was ov pain as shouldn't that be on one side or the other?
I've been having cramps low down for the past 5 days or so. I don't know where I am in my cycle as I am TTC after a MC but I haven't had a period yet. Judging from CM etc. I think I might be mid cycle. Would be interested to hear what other people say about this.
I've been having these for the last two days as well as feeling really bloatred. Got my hopes up a little bit as I'm sure I felt exactly the same a couple of months ago when I got my first bfp. I know it's ridiculously early - not really starting my 2ww for the next couple of days! Oh well, where would we be without hope?!!
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