Hello ladies, I need some advice. I got my positive opk yesterday and also today but today i seem to have mild pain coming from both ovary sides. What could this mean? This is our second month ttc after a tubal reversal and my cycles are pretty regular, i dont temp and no other really problems as far as we know yet with fertility. I have been checking my cervix andnits high soft and open we bd last night and this morning. I have healed pretty good from surgery and nothing hurt untill now. Any advice would be helpful..oh and no cycsts on either ovarys, sry for any missspelling lol.
I always have pain on the right side and some months its on the left as well...I assume I will always have right side pain because of scar tissue, that tube is blocked. This month and last month I noticed pain on both sides. Im guessing for me when its on both sides Im ov on the left and when its on the right only, I ov on the right. Hope that made sense
So even though i feel pain on both sides and when i touch on each overy there is mild soreness its possible i could be just ov'ng from one overy...this is so confusing lol...i took another opk at lunch and its now reading zero smiley face, so i guess the LH surge has passed since this morning around 6am when i did have the smiley face continuing from yesterday's smiley face. So now is this considered 1dpo or will tomorrow be my 1dpo? The pain is slowley gong away now and feel better then earlier guess thatsna good thing and didnt need to take any asprin for it.
I think some people do hurt on both sides even when ov on one. I read somewhere that it can be common to have right side pain every month. I would count the later date as 1dpo just to prevent testing for bfp too early.
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