in the last hour, i've had two pinching/stabbing pains on the left side of my uterus. each one lasted just a few seconds. it didn't feel anything like a cramp, more like a muscle spasm? never had anything like this in my life, wondering if anyone out there has had this?
of course i did my googling and found that some ladies with healthy PG looked back and remembered that right around the time of conception they had something like this, and then got a BFP a week later. don't wanna get excited--wondering if anyone out there has had stabbing/pinching pains right at the top of their pubes around ovulation, which was later followed by a BFP?
i am on CD13 of an irregular 34-day cycle. i've had watery/stretchy CM since CD8, and have been BDing EOD/ED.
Update: On Feb 2nd 2012, (11 days later), I got my BFP.
Wow, thank you all for your replies! It didn't feel like O pain to me because it was centered and low. I'd describe it as the upper left surface of my uterus, but not as far left as my ovary. Id assume O pains are off to one side?
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