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27/10/2015 at 08:50
Hi, this is my first post on here,We have been TTC for almost 2 months now. I have PCOS along with a long list of other health problems, and so we don't expect it to happen straight away because of this.However, I stopped the mini pill on Sept 11th, having had very irregular periods prior to starting to the pill, and absolutely no periods whilst on the pill for 7 years, I had no idea what my cycle would be and also how long it would take to regulate itself.But exactly 4 weeks to the day after stopping the pill, on October 9th, I began what I can only assume was my first AF (after what i also can only assume was ovulation - due to symptoms and OPK on Sept 27th), however it was very light, and no where near as painful as they used to be, and by the 3rd day had disappeared.Fast forward to October 23rd, exactly 14 days since the start of what I assume was my first AF, I ovulated, which i recognised by symptoms and also OPK. This is where my questions is - since ovulation I have had really bad cramping, both very low in my abdomen (across both sides but worse on the right) and also tops of my legs, along with really sharp stabbing pains and twinges in my right ovary area, which seem to come and go in waves, but leave a constant dull/sore ache around the ovary area on that one side. I have also felt very nauseas and headachey, extremely tired, my boobs have been killing, so sore and heavy, and feel fuller, and I'm also very sensitive/moody! I have also felt a bit cold/flu like since ovulating but hasn't progressed into anything, and although completely unrelated, I been having very vivid dreams/nightmares which is very unusual for me.
I was just wondering if anyone else has experienced this immediately after/continuing on from ovulation? It's only our second month of TTC so I know it's more than likely too early to be good news, but I am just feeling very confused with what is happening to my body and would appreciate hearing others experiences/if anyone has been through the same thing?
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