Hate to burst your bubble but in most instances you cannot feel implantation. If you do it is often twinges of discomfort but not pain. Sounds to me you have a cyst. Call ur doc if that pain is that bad.
I had really terrible pain one time and it turned out a very large cyst ruptured. I was doubled over in pain on the drive to the hospital . Doc took one look at the ultrasound and gave me some great morphine.
Well ladies I went to the hospital last night, Blood pressure 220/111 from the pain. They looked at the ovary. Said there is no cyst showing in it. But everytime they poked at it, it caused pain. Today is is a dull ache. So Who knows now. Of course they did a blood pregnancy test, it was BFN. But he said it can be too early.
there are several types of ovarian cysts, if they twist ( torsion) they can rupture as above said is very painful if they are big a twist it will be even worse...always remember painis actually your friend. its your bodys way of telling you omething is wrong..listen to it, dont ignore it..go straigth back to er if pain continues or worsens, especially with your BP being high...always better to err on the side of caution...I had "functional" cysts they kinda come and go,,,,did they indicate any possibility of eptopic pregnancy,,,,sounds like a possible cause and if you are early on the pg test could be negative.
On a side note, I don't get severe pain but, I do get a dull ache to moderate pain everytime I am ovulating. I've been checked out and doctor says everything looks fine. I don't have fertility problems but, I just thought I'd share with you my experience...
No free fluid in the pelvis, good blood supply to the ovaries. No problem with the uterus either he said. He also did blood work and said sorry you are not pregnant this cycle either. He thinks my pain is from hormones in the ovary.
I thought that blood test can still be negative at this time. I was only 8dpo when they did the blood work. Today at 9dpo my temp to a big drop.
I too feel that pain on the right side and my doctor said it is normal but i don't think so. After ovulation; the pain should stop but mine wouldn't instead i have persistent pains. Can someone tell me what is going on......
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IM GETTING A SHARP NEEDLES N PINS PAIN ON RIGHT OVARY I KNOW ITS NOT APPRENDIX CAUSE I SLIMPLY KNOW IT THROBBING PAIN OR PRESSURE N PINS AND NEEDLES I TRY HOT BATH RASPBERRY TEA I TRIED IT ALL CANT TAKE PAIN KILLERS CAUSE I GOT BAD STOMACH CANT GO TO ER CAUSE I GOT NO CASH TO GET THERE IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN DO TO RELIVE PAIN UNTIL I CAN BORROW SUM CASH TO TAKE ME TO ER THIS IS 2 DAYS NOW AND IM GOING AWAY ON VACATION IN 5 DAYS AND THE ONLY THING THAT TAKES IT AWAY IS A 60 MGS SHOT OF TORODOL IN THE ER BUT I CANT GET THERE
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