Does the egg usually implant on the same side of the uterus as the side you ovulated from? like if I experienced ov pain on the right side would i expect to feel implantation on the right side or does it not matter? not that i'm experiencing any type of "implantation" pains, I was just curious.
me too! I would like to know this as well. I know when I was pg last time, I ovulated from the right ovary and then had HORRIBLE cramps on the right side in the abdomen and my back. My doctor thought my appendix was going to explode! I dont know how normal that is...
haha this is an old thread- ok i AM infact pregnant and I ovulated on the right side, and implanted on the left side
This actually gives me hope. I had my right tube removed due to an ectopic and i know i felt right side ovulation this month. Hoping it makes its way to the left side. Crosses finger!!!
Sorry huni, i mean i did ovulate from the right ovary and it has to go down the right tube to get to the uterus, but it mustve floatd around my uterus for abit or something lol coz it attached on the left side. But yea, if you ovulate from the right ovary I'm pretty sure it has to go down the right tube. i hope it happens for you soon huni, sorry for the misunderstanding
Hello, this is an old thread I know, but I have been wondering this for a while now! I ovulated from the right side this cycle and have been cramping on&off since 7dpo...and today at 11doo im having deep pulsing/twinges on my left side?! I hope it is imlantation and nothing serious x
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