Yesterday i got a pos opk and was having cramps which
were on both sides but just thought my ovaries were big due
to the clomid. Lastnight i know i o'd in my left ovary had a sharp pain
well now this morning my right side is cramping. I have no pain in my left side
anymore. Is this possible
I started clomid 50mg (day 3-7) this month and DID ovulate from both sides. U/s showed follicles from BOTH ovaries. I too had primarily left side pain (the bigger ovary) and the next day had right side pain. My period is due next Thurs, so we will keep our fingers crossed for a bfp!
I hope that things start to work and that you start to get good eggs.
I really hope that the doc was wrong about the test. Everywhere on the internet says that you are suppose to have that test done 1-2 days before o and i had it done on o. I really hope that I atleast oed
which i have never had cramping like this before so I hope that was it .
Did you have any problems with cm when you are on the clomid. Keep me posted
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