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dull ache in lower back and front post ovulation
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced a dull lower back ache and ache in their lower abdomin (spelling) a few days after ovulation.  I just feel blah, i know it is to early for any symptoms as the egg would not even have had time to implant but i just wanted to know if this is normal for post ovulation time.  I don't really remember it last month.  Any one else experience this?
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354373 tn?1299188126
Can't really help too much, but I get this 'sensation/feeling' WHEN I'm ovulating...Are you sure you didn't ovulate a little late??  Or did you use OPT's...I can't remember if you PM'd me regarding OPT's!  :o)
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342647 tn?1291111533
yes, i use the ovulation test and i ovulated on the 11 or 12 or March.  So who knows what it is.
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kelly, did you find out what it was?

i am feeling that exact same sensation in my lower back and abdomen now and i am about two days past ovulation.
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I am feeling the same thing in my lower back & in my abdomen & im 3 days past ovulation.... Can anyone explain what this might be?
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435139 tn?1255463991
No idea but I had it too...I was hoping it meant I'd get a BFP this month but got AF on Friday =(
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