My husband and I are TTC. My LMP was on Aug 12. I am on Cycle Day 19 and finally tested positive (Ovulation Test) today, Aug 30th. My cycles are usually about 26-28 days so I am expecting my period in a week. I have been having cramps on my lower left side, pinching in uterus, lower back pain, and leg cramps for the past 3 days which is unusual for me. Are these possible symptoms for early pregnancy since we did have sex on Day 13 of my Cycle?
I have had cramps for the past 4 days. I thought I was going to get my period but I took a Ovulation Test yesterday and it came out positive. I just don't feel right. Ovulation pain shouldn't last this long, I don't think?
Oddly the cycle where I got my BFP, I had 5 days of ovulation pain.. it didnt make sense.. I ovulated on the 18th day of my cycle... i didnt think i was pregnant and started spotting on CD 27 then it went away quickly and I ended up breaking down and testing on CD 33 when it never turned into a flow... Dont know why there was ovulation pain for 5 days.... doesnt make a whole lot of sense.... unless it wasnt ovulation pain
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