I recently suffered a miscarriage after getting pergnant after ttc for 1 month. i have textbook periods, every 28 or 29 days with the standard 5 days no menstrual cramps. I bleed heavy the 2 and 3rd day and then the 4th and 5th day is very light....when i ovulate i get the pain on my left side for minutes. i occasionally have a painful bowel movement on the first day of my period, ( once of twice a year, both my sis and my mom get that)
But after my miscarriage, i have ovulation pains more intense on ov day ( not too intense that i cant work but noticeable) and i have little twiges here and there days after Ovulation day....
i went to the doctor and he did a scan and there was no cyst, he also saw my corpus lutem since i OV'd the day before the appointment.
i know pelvic pain can be a sign of endometrosis, so i was wondering what type of pelvic pain is assocaited with it, does it feel like ovulation pains?
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