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Posted 08 January 2013 - 01:32 PM
Hubby and I are now TCC #4. We are very fertile and have managed to fall easily with previous pregnancies. I have very Servere Ovulation pain that normally causes me to lounge around for a day until it passes. I ALWAYS get AF exactly 14 days after ovulation but sometimes it takes a little longer to the lead up of ovulation.
So last month I thought I was O'ing and had a few similar pains to normal but then a week later O really did hit. It was VERY painful and then I got AF exactly 14 days after.
So this month I thought I had O'd 31st Dec/1st Jan and had ALOT of EWCM
I have now woken with TERRIBLE pains that have lasted all day. I thought it may have been implantation pain but now I am becoming more convinced that it is O pain again. I just went to the toilet and noticed a little bit of EWCM.
What is happening??? :-( I was so happy that I was now in 2ww and now I may have to start the 2 weeks over again.
TIA for any help
Posted 08 January 2013 - 02:57 PM
The only thing I can suggest is to get yourself some OPKs.
That way you can more accurately pinpoint when O will be.
Sorry I cant help much more than that.
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