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What are your ovulation symptoms, and are they always the same?
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Posted 09 December 2012 - 08:28 PM
I'm just pondering whether I have Oed or not. I am bfing and AF is yet to return, but I had this odd week of cramping and bloating where I felt AF was about to come (and didn't). It's not normal for that to happen when I O, but who knows what is normal now!! Usually I get lots of CM (and a positive OPK if I'm testing).
What are your O symptoms? Are they always the same?
Btw - I'm not pg, I tested
Posted 09 December 2012 - 08:29 PM
Bloated & pain from one side, similar to a period cramp. Oh & lots of CM ...
Posted 10 December 2012 - 05:44 AM
I always get ewcm, which i will look out for next time i'm breastfeeding and waiting for af to return! i didn't get af till i stopped breastfeeding ds when he was 17 months, but for 10 months before that i had on and off cramping and creamy cm. when the cramping first started he was around 7 or 8 months and started getting into his food. i was so sure af was about to show up or i was pregnant, but no.
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