Heavy Bloated feeling in Uterus during Ovulation...
I was wondering if anyone else gets this? I get it every second month I'm pretty sure it's when I ovulate from my Right Ovary. I was wondering what causes this it's occasionally painful and crampy and makes it difficult to walk. Any help would be great. I do suffer from Endometriosis and PCOS so I wonder if it has anything to do with that?
It definitely can be from the conditions you mentioned. Those tend to make the periods not only irregular but heavy. You also may have a cyst on the ovary causing this pain. Do you take birth control for your conditions or something else? If you are having pain to where it's difficult to walk, you should mention this to your doc.
Hi, I went to my docs Friday. He said it is most likely that the endo is back again. I am not currently taking anything as i am TTC to no avail. A close friend of mine called me last night and after two rounds of clomid she is 12 weeks pregnant. I'm sad. I've had 9 rounds and nothing.
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