when exactly do I ovulate during or after the pain?
I know this question sounds dumb. BUT I always have ovulation pains ( I know cause I happened to be at the OB/GYN for a year test and I happenned to have "the pain" and the doctor was looking down there and he's like "oh you are ovulating!!")
Anyway, I always wonder, at what time during the pain does it release the egg? So if I have pain today when would it be better to have sex today, tomorrow or yesterday, I can also feel ovulation coming its weird...
Anyone? I'm not trying yet, I'm just getting informed for later this year.
Your not alone, i feel ovulation too. So the pain that you feel that is intense is the rupture of the follice that releases the egg, shortly after the egg is released, you will still feel a little cramping when the egg is release you can call it "after pain" just like in labor. If the pain has stopped and occurs again days after it is probably implantation or the start of your menses. It is definetly better to have sex on the days before ovulation, not just the day of.
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