last month i could have swore i was pregnant as i had extremelt sore boobs that were swollen i was getting headache that i never suffer from, i was eating like a horses, had leg cramps, and ovary pain/prodding and many other things that i dont normally expeirience with ovulation. but right on time af showed up well this month everythings back to normal i have none of them symptoms and everythings normal for around ovulation. so my question is can ovulation symptoms be different every month as i have worked clockwork for 13 years apart from that one bizzare month.
Hey there, I think they can definitely be different every month. Before this cycle, I don't think I experienced any symptoms at all, and we've been TTC for well over a year now.. so I have always tried to look for symptoms. However, this month I had tons of cramping and just a feeling of all-around crappiness. There was some pain in my lower right abdomen, but also just cramping and feeling yucky in my overall lower abdominal area.
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