Lol maybe you thinking you were out helped? when did you start dull cramping/feeling pressure? Might be in my head but I have been experiencing some today. doesn't hurt but its like a dull ache but I am only 3 dpo.... I hate SS! x
that could be it ES...I mean--I was sure I wasn't ovulating, etc...The ewcm I had on the 24th--was blood tinged and thought, "shit my af is starting again" and I had cramps that day but they didn't last terrible long...The pressure/crampy/twingey/"racked myself on a guy's bicycle bar" feeling started on monday...But I was having some light cramps here and there over the weekend...I'm pretty sure the Provera cleaned me out good cause I had cramping for the ENTIRE time I bled..Over the past years I would cramp but it was usually just the first 2-3 days out of 7--not this time--I cramped all 7! Geesh..No wonder when I woke up saturday morning and saw the bloody ewcm and was cramping I thought what I did...I so hope you get your hun!!! ....Can't wait to see everyone's updates!!!
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