I'm not pregnant though i really want to be and don't think i'm going to get my BFP due to some problems. However, i know i ovulated 28/08/09 normally i get a few cramps but the pain this month was unbearable i was crying couldn't go to the loo as it was to sore pushing down on my ovaries to do both TMI :( Has anyone ever experienced this pain before? i still had it the next day but i could cope there was no way i was going to be able to have sex on the 28/08/09. Could there be a problem?
i had painful ovu on meds. i remember that i had an iui and the night before the pain kept me up. then after the iui the doc said i could also BD that night to cover our bases. but i could not even think of it. were you on meds? you might have had a large follicle. did you tell your doctor?
i'm not on meds but still waiting on an appointment with a fertility specialist, my partner has slow motility and i may need a laparoscopy to see if my tubes are blocked though don't know when all of this will happen. As far as i am aware we can still conceive but may need help, thanks again
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