could b a cyst as in PCOs or maybe (God forbid) an ectopic pregnancy. ..althu since its lingered that much its most probably a cyst on that side...this is usually visible in an u/s thats probably y ur GPs referred u to a Gyne.
hope u feel better soon ..pls let me know how things progress
First of all, u need to know exactly when ur body ovulates so u can rather catch the egg instead of having sex randomly. its usually around the middle of ur cycle so if u have a 28 day cycle u shud ovulate between days 14 − 16. Also, there r ovulation predictor kits that help u identify the best time for sex if ur TTC.
u can also monitor ur body temp, cerv...
I agree with Desarae, It all goes down to the length of ur cycle.
women usually ovulate mid cycle. that is being said u have a 28 day cycle.
if ur actively trying to get pregnant try consulting a Dr and getting some blood tests done 2c how ur hormones are doing...also as mentioned above, the ovulation predictor kits r extremely helpful.
Sorry the itch is so bad. can't u apply some sort of cream on them to relief the symptoms at least? it must b frustrating especially along with the other symptoms lack of sleep and back pain! hope u feel better soon. ur lil princess will SO appreciate all that when she's here :)
as for me, things have been stable lately. no signs of labour apa...
thats amazing news! Jacob is home doing good and nicholas will def follow real soon! I'm so happy for u and the lil ones for all the progress they'v done. will keep the prayers and wait for more pix on the lil ones :)
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