ther is no reason you would have ovary pain when pregnant. ALso you are only 2dpo and that is too soon for a baby to implant. You do not ahve any signs of pregnancy till you actually implant the baby and then the HCG starts rising. ARound 5-9 dpo. You should take you temps all the time, it is very accurate of determining pregnnacy more then symptoms. ALso so you know your hormones are doign waht they need to do.
I know I was doing good with tracking my temps till my daughter took off with my thermometer and I just can't seem to find it anywhere! Hm sorry I just look for every and any sign of pregnancy even if its not there I just want it so bad!
I put my ovulation day down when I got my positive ovulation strip, I also had cramping and left ovary pain and a lot of cm. So I figured that was the day that I ovulated but maybe I could be wrong. I guess only time will tell now.
yes I was also wondering how you know when you O? I lost mine to once, I looked and looked and couldn't stand it so went to buy another one! It is addictive I msut say;) LOL I know what you mean! I have been breastfeeding exclusivly fo r almost 9 months now and not been regular with my cycles. I also couldn't temp if I wawnted to casue I don't even get 2 hours of straight sleep let alone the 4 you need. Evertime I am late I wonder if I am pregnant. I have symptoms except for nausea which I have had all 5x strongly. SO I know I am not but still go get a test to make sure.
It was deff darker then the control line! As soon as I started getting the cramps and cm I tested and deff postive. I'll just have to wait it out till about the 17th. this is going to be a long two weeks
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