My bf and I have been ttc for three months.the very first month i started af a week early and had MAJOR cramping a week before that.the next month i,again,started af a week early but with no cramping(usualy only have it the first day of af and its mild) and started having pelvic pain and low back pain.the third month(this month)i started four days early and have pelvic pain on either side,shooting pains in breast,dizzy spells,nausea(off and on),low back pain ,headaches,and very tired most all the time.I went in for annual exam and all doc said was to come back in two weeks for u/s scan to see if my right ovary was enlarged.what does all this mean?I have never had any unusual symptoms like this except 10-11 years ago when i miscarried and then later conceived(son is 10 now).af always regular and on time...so confused!!!!!!!!!!!!
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