Hello, I have never used this site before, and still trying to figure it out.. So i will give a little info, My husband and i have a WONDERFUL 2 year old little boy and are TTC our second child. W have been for the last 6 months. The most upsetting, and stressful 6 months EVER!! Im sure all of you can relate to that.
Well, within just a couple of days after ovulation (give or take) i began having cramps in my lower abdomen. sometimes sharp and quick, or dull and lingering. Accompanied by lower back pain. Has anyone else experienced this or know what is going on? I never experience ovulation cramps and since my periods go from 29 to 32 days, I could be a little off on my ovulation but do know that i have ovulated already. This pain has lasted 3 days now & maybe im just hopeful, but we will see.
when you are TTC..you notice things before that you never did before. it happens without even realizing this. before i would hardly ever get cramps after Ovulation or unless i was pregnant...my boobs would never get sore at all! but since i started to have another baby...my boobs get very sore and i get cramping after ovulation...some months worse then others.
That would happen to me occasionally some cycles but only on the left side. This month it has continued through my bfp as well so I don't think it's anything to worry about, could mean your preggo or could be a cyst, FX that its cause your preggo!!!
WELL after checking my ov calender again, I should have ovulated yesterday i feel really silly actually. lets HOPE!!! we are trying for a girl so only "trying" up to 2 days before OV. the pains are something new though, but we will see in a couple of weeks... uggh the wait.
i usually never get anything like this, but sat i can test, so we are going to wait and see... things have been alot different than usual this month. i just dont want to jump the gun and get myself too excited and then be disappointed. :/
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