having Cramping RIGHT AFTER ovulation?Am I normal?
So I am 2dpo according to my charts.
I am having menstral like cramping..feel like i am about to start (which cant be?!!) and my boobs are still tender and Im bloated. Have been this way yesterday and today.
I usually have bad cramping right before or DURING ovulation but not right after, so this is different for me.
Wondering if anyone else has ever experienced this and what their outcome was??? Prego or not prego?
i am also wondering the samething. i have never cramped during ovulation that i have noticed. but we are trying to get pregnant so we did have sex every other day for 2 weeks and my fertile days were in the 2nd week and i cramped and now that my ovulation is over i am cramping, bloated, and my boobs have started getting soar. but i dont want to get my hopes up but i have never felt like this before. i am also slight cramping in my lower back. any advise would be helpful thanx ladies!!
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