I'm new here, I dont know all the lingo yet so I will just use full words lol
I had sex using the pull out method on April 1. According to multiple online calculators, this is my prime ovulation time (Mar 31-Apr 4). I guess that would make me 4 or 5 days post ovulation. My period is due around Apr 16 or 17.
I always cramp when I ovulate on either side of my body so I can tell which side released the egg & I always get the stretchy ovulation discharge.
I have still been having a little cramping, not major. But not on either side just in general. I've also had thicker, white, odorless, sticky discharge. Wouldn't call it cottage cheese but its definitely clumpy. Also been gassy, had heartburn, slight headaches.. all could be due to other things, like my acid reflux.
Is there cramping associated with fertilization? I know implantation hasn't happened yet.. any thoughts?
From the little tickers we have around the forum you've described a lot of the symptoms that come up on those. The twinges of cramp, gas, and headaches I think at least. I think they're just normal signs your body gives you to let you know you have actually ovulated but it could also be that you ovulated early or are implanting early. There's no way to be sure just yet if your egg has been fertilised so unfortunately you'll have to join the rest of us in the two week wait
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